Twin quakes, about 5.4 magnitude, hit off S. Korea's southeastern coast
Nov 15 2017 by Desiree Burns
On November 15, a magnitude 5.4 quake struck the city of Pohang, a southeastern coastal region of South Korea.
While the US Geological Survey says it was centered off the coast about 9.3 kilometers northwest of Pohang, state-run Korea Meteorological Administration said the epicenter was inside Pohang.
South Korea has relatively little seismic activity, compared with Japan to the east.
Residents in the capital, more than 300 kilometres (186 miles) away, felt tremors and said their buildings shook. It was the second-biggest quake that hit South Korea in recent history. There have been no reports of any damage to them yet.
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There were no immediate reports of injuries.
South Korean President Moon Jae-In, on his way to Seoul after attending the Asean summit in Manila, is set to hold an emergency meeting upon arrival, his office said.
Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power (KHNP) said the six nuclear reactors in Gyeongju, about 45 kilometers south of the epicenter, as well as other reactors on the southeastern coast are all functioning normally.
The most powerful quake recorded in the south was a 5.8-magnitude tremor that hit the southeastern city of Gyeongju in September a year ago.