It's a time of celebration here in Korea, but in the United States it's a different story following the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history
Within the past couple of hours, the Las Vegas Police Department has confirmed that 59 people were killed in the attack, including the shooter himself.
The coroner said all the victims have been tentatively identified.
The South Korean consulate general in Los Angeles says 11 Korean nationals are still unaccounted for, however, none are confirmed to be among the dead.
Authorities say the killer, Stephen Paddock, had set up two cameras, one in the hall way outside his hotel room, and another on the peep hole of his room door.
A total of 47 firearms have been recovered from three different locations.
The perpetrator's motive is still unknown.