Supertyphoon Maysak hit first from Monday to Tuesday Ryukyu Islands, with really terrifying manifestations /https://mkweather.com/2020/09/02/terrifying-noises-of-typhoon-maysak-in-japan-270-km-h-gusts// with sustained winds 196 km/h and wind gusts around 250 km/h.
In the center of supertyphoon, sustained winds reached 222 km/h (120 knots) and wind gusts up to 270 km/h (140-145 knots). It´s an equivalent of hurricane Category 4.
From Wednsesday to Thursday, Maysak hit in full power South Korea, mainly Busan region, where caused floods and severe damages.
Land of South Korea was hit by sustained winds 177 km/h and maximum wind gusts around 230 km/h. It´s equivalent of hurricane Category 3.
Maysak caused problems in North Korea too, in Wonsan city dropped 132 mm of rain (more than 5 inches) and 140 km/h winds hit Russian Vladivostok.
In South Korea, (only) 2 deaths are reported, thanks to quickly reactions of protective forces and services.
However, next supertyphoon is moving over Japan, Korean Peninsula, China and Russia right now /https://mkweather.com/2020/09/01/2-extreme-strong-supertyphoons-category-4-5-hits-japan-korea-next-7-days// and it can be after Bavi and Maysak the strongest typhoon of season 2020 with deadly impacts at the end of the week and in early next week.