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15 November 2017, 11:25 | Myron Mathis
South Korea's Finance Minister Kim Dong-yeon speaks at a parliamentary session in Seoul on Nov. 14 2017
A powerful quake struck the South Korean city of Pohang on Wednesday, with local media reporting that resulting tremors were felt hundreds of kilometers away in Seoul.
No casualties have been reported and it is still unclear whether a tsunami warning will be issued. Witnesses stated that the natural disaster could be felt in Seoul, more than 300 kilometers away, including at Gwanghwamun.
South Korea was hit by a major 5.4 magnitude quake earlier today.
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Residents in Pohang city just 5.6 miles from the epicentre of the quake were told to evacuate.
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