A Russian warship believed to be packed with billions in gold has been found off the South Korean coast, according to salvagers.
The Dimitrii Donskoi sank 113 years ago after the crew scuttled the ship following Japan’s victory in the Battle of Tsushima during the Russo-Japanese War.
Now the Shinil Group claim they have found the vessel near Ullleungdo island, which is east of Soth Korea.
The ship set sail in 1885 and was in the Mediterranean and the Baltic before heading to the Pacific.
The South Korean salvage team believe it to still contain 200 tons of gold bullion and coins worth 150 trillion won ($130 billion).