Japan and South Korea have been hit by cold currents, among which Japan has experienced a once-in-a-decade cold weather since January 24.
Under strong winds and heavy snowfall, more than 120 flights were canceled in Japan on the 24th, and some JR trains were delayed or suspended.
All flights at Jeju Airport in South Korea were canceled on the 24th, affecting at least 43,000 passengers.
The Japan Meteorological Agency predicts that Japan will be affected by cold weather and heavy snow from the 24th to the 26th.
Japan's Fuji News Network (FNN) said on the 24th that more than 120 aircraft flights were canceled in Japan that day, and Japan Airlines (Japan Airlines) decided to cancel 72 flights on the 24th, including flights to and from Osaka International Airport and Izumo Airport in Izumo City, Shimane Prefecture. .
All Nippon Airways (ANA) canceled 56 flights on the 24th, including flights to and from Noto Airport in Ishikawa Prefecture and Toyama Airport in Toyama Prefecture.
According to the JR West website, on the 24th, some trains in Hokuriku, Kansai, and China were delayed or suspended.
Some trains on the Sanyo Shinkansen are delayed; some super express trains are delayed, routed, or suspended.
Jeju Airport cancels all flights
The Korean Meteorological Agency issued a special cold wave warning to most parts of the country. The lowest temperature recorded in Seoul on the morning of the 24th was minus 17 degrees Celsius and minus 28 degrees Celsius in Incheon.
The website of Yonhap News Agency stated on the 24th that all flights at Jeju Airport were canceled on the 24th, including 233 flights from the local area, 233 flights to the local area, and 10 international flights. At least 43,000 passengers were affected.
According to the report, South Korea’s Central Disaster Safety Countermeasures Headquarters said that as of 11:00 am on the 24th, 113 passenger ships on 86 passenger ship routes across the country were suspended.
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