SEOUL, South Korea (AP) – A 4.1-magnitude earthquake rocked a small farming county in central South Korea yesterday, but officials said there were no immediate reports of damage.
South Korea’s meteorological agency said the small quake in the town of Goisan was still the most powerful of the 61 earthquakes in the country this year and could have been strong enough to drop and break objects. Emergency officials received more than 140 calls from residents who said they felt the ground was shaking.
Most of the calls were from central North Chungcheong Province, as well as from Gyeonggi Province surrounding the capital Seoul and North and South Gyeongsang Province, according to the weather agency and government officials.
The central government and regional officials in North Chungcheong said they were not aware of any damage. Kim Dong-wook, a resident of the central city of Cheongju, told YTN news channel that he heard gurgling in the ground and that the windows “shaken like during a typhoon.” He said he saw plates and bowls scattered on the floor of a restaurant in his building, but he didn’t know anyone had been hurt.
South Korean President Yoon Seok-yeol’s office said it had instructed officials to review the safety of electricity and communications systems, although there were no immediate reports of problems.
South Korea’s Nuclear Safety and Security Commission said the quake did not pose a threat to the safety of nuclear power reactors in the southeastern regions of the country.
It also said the quake did not affect a research reactor in downtown Daejeon, about 70 kilometers from where the quake occurred.
An official from Goesan Province inspects a house after an earthquake hit the area in Goesan, South Korea. Photo: AP
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