In the South Korean city of Ulsan, a towering building was engulfed in flames.
Footage of the incident posted online shows the burning building high against the black night sky.
Large pieces of burning debris fall from the tower to the ground.
In one clip, the flames can be seen all over the side of the building, while the opposite side appears relatively untouched.
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The building is located in Ulsan in the south-east of the country.
It is the eighth largest city in the country with 1.1 million inhabitants.
Satellite imagery of the area shows a helipad above the building known as Samhwan Art-Nouveau.
At least part of the building consists of residential buildings that are 33 stories high and 102 meters high.
According to witnesses, the fire spread to the roof of the nearby Lotte Mall.
Shortly after the fire broke out, firefighters rushed to clear the block with 136 households of all residents.
It is not clear if anyone is trapped in the building.
More will follow.