Typhoon Mitag tore through South Korea before triggering record rainfall in Japan. South Korea's government says at least nina people were killed and several are missing. Over 100 houses were flooded and some 44,000 buildings in South Korea lost power. As Mitag travelled north to Japan, record rainfalls were recorded in multiple cities Almost five inches per hour fell in Suzaki, Tosa and Kochi. Weather officials in Japan continue to warn of mudslides and flooding.