According to the Daily Mail, a number of countries and territories in East Asia are on the move of super typhoon Kong-rey, when it began to move from the Pacific, with winds of 240 km / h.
Japanese and Taiwanese people are warned to be ready for super typhoon landings this week. Just last week, Japan was directly affected by the Trami storm, leaving four people dead and another 150 injured.
The Taiwanese island government warned of the threat from falling objects in high-rise buildings, due to strong winds and large waves.
Forecasters say the movement of super typhoons is not yet clear, but people on the Korean peninsula and eastern China should be ready to cope.
AccuWeather's meteorologist, Rob Richard said: 'After threatening the Ryukyu Islands, super typhoon Kong-rey can land in Taiwan, east of China or head to the Korean Peninsula'.
Elsewhere, super typhoon Walaka formed in the Pacific Ocean with winds of 257 km / hour, heading towards the Hawaiian Islands of the United States.
Last week, super typhoon Trami evacuated 3.7 million people in Japan, more than 1,000 flights were canceled.
If landed in Japan, Kong-rey will be the ninth storm affecting the country of the rising Sun.'The storm record hit Japan as 10 hurricanes in 2004,' said meteorologist Jason Nicholls.