South Korea is working to recover Sunday from the damage caused by Typhoon Lingling, which hit the Korean Peninsula with heavy rains and strong winds the previous day.
According to an anti-disaster government agency, Lingling, this year's 13th typhoon, made landfall here Saturday, killing three people and injuring 24 others as of 7 p.m. Sunday.
About 3,600 properties have been confirmed to be damaged due to the fifth-strongest winds ever recorded among the typhoons that have hit the peninsula.
Over 14,000 hectares of farm land have been affected and tens of thousands of homes also suffered power outages, with hundreds of passenger flights at major airports canceled. (Yonhap)