That’s unfortunate news.
Typhoon Haishen is expected to land in Korea accurately soon.

The typhoon accurately is created when expected path of the first landing in Japan and South Korea’s donghae(east sea) the crossing.
In other words, it was a route that did not cause much damage to Korea.

But now, the expected route has been changed to land on the southern coast of Korea and travel across the center of South Korea to North Korea.

expected routh of typhoon Haishen is given by Weather Underground

The expected path above is given by Weather Underground.
It is expected to pass right through Seoul.

expected route of typhoon Haishen is suggested by the Korea Meteorological Administration

The above expected route is suggested by the Korea Meteorological Administration.
It is expected to pass through the east of Seoul.

There is no difference between the two passing through the middle of Korea.

In particular, typhoon accurately is expected to grow up to Category 4.
It is expected to be one grade higher than Typhoon Maysak, which has already passed through Korea.

The expected route of Typhoon accurately may still be changed.
Even if the route moves westward, Korea will still be greatly affected by typhoon accurately.

Typhoon accurately will be affected on 6 and 7 September.

We’ll have to prepare hard to reduce the damage.

Typhoon Haishen to Become a Super Typhoon

Typhoon Haishen to Become a Super Typhoon

Source : Weather Underground

On September 4th, Typhoon Haishen developed up to Category 5.
So it became a super typhoon.
And the expected route to the east of Seoul is expected.

Fortunately, the water temperature in the southern sea of Korea has dropped due to Typhoon Mysak, so Typhoon Haishen is expected to weaken a little before reaching Korea.
I think Typhoon Haishen will be downgraded to Category 4 typhoon before land Korea.

Typhoon Haishen downgrade to Category 4

Typhoon Haishen downgrade to Category 4

Typhoon Haishen’s power weakened and it went down to Category 4.
And with the expected route moving to the right, the Korea Meteorological Administration says it may not land in Korea.