Typhoon Chaba hit South Korea on Wednesday leaving a path of demolition in its wake.
At least six people were killed as the storm raged across the country. Three of the victims were found in Busan. Two others were found in Ulsan, and another was discovered in the north of Gyeongsang province.
Many homes and cars were damaged as areas of the country flooded, and vehicles were flipped. On the coast of Yeosu, a southern city, a wave washed away six coastguard and ship crew members before they were later saved.
The Ministry of Public Safety and Security said that at least four people are missing and more than 500 homes, 150 shops and 1,000 vehicles have been flooded according to CNN.
Typhoon Chaba is now on its way to Japan.