Typhoon Man-yi slowed down in the last couple of days, so what became the expected brushing by of the south-eastern coast of Korea as it made its way up through Japan has yet to happen. Even so, it became so windy during the night that I woke up several times between 4am and 5am as the wind blew through our building rattling our apartment door, and the whistling noise outside was punctuated by regular crashes as some great piece of ad-hoc Korean exterior DIY met its end. But the rain, which was coming down heavily yesterday, had stopped by the time I awoke proper this morning - it was even sunny for the first time in a couple of days. But given the latest satellite photos I suppose things will get worse in the next few hours before they get better, although Man-yi has at least been downgraded to a Category 2 storm now.
Korean keywords: 바람, 소리, 소음, 날씨