Two small quakes strike S. Korea

Two magnitude 2-plus earthquakes struck South Korea on Wednesday, but they were so small that they could hardly be felt, the state weather agency said.

Two small quakes strike S. Korea

The first one, a magnitude 2.4, occurred around 2:11 a.m. about 42 kilometers off the coast of the southeastern city of Ulsan, while the following magnitude 2.1 quake happened around 12:10 p.m. in the central city of Nonsan, the Korea Meteorological Administration said.

"For both quakes, there were no reports that they were felt," a KMA official said. "We believe there's been no damage from these quakes." Source by the Yonhap News Agency.

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