At 1 am, the centre of the tropical depression was positioned at 21.4 degrees north and 117.8 degrees east in the north-eastern waters of the East Sea. Forecasters said strongest winds near the centre of the tropical low pressure were estimated at 40-60km per hour.
Over the next 24 hours, the system is expected to move north-east at a speed of 5km per hour. At 1am on June 15, its centre will be situated at 22.5 degrees north latitude and 119.2 degrees east longitude with strongest winds reaching up to 40-60km per hour.
Due to the effect of the tropical circulation, strong winds and rough seas are forecast to strike the East Sea area.