On Saturday, the bodies of the five Koreans and four Nepalis were found near their base camp at an altitude of 3,500 meters on the 7,193 meter-high Mount Gurja in western Nepal on Saturday.
Police and locals are working to bring the bodies off the mountain and to Kathmandu, South Korea's Foreign Affairs Ministry said in a statement.
The nine-person team had been missing since Friday, when officials lost contact with the climbers.
Helicopter pilot Siddartha Gurung, who was among the first people to reach the site, said the area had been totally destroyed and bodies were scattered everywhere.
The group, five South Koreans and their four Nepali guides, were trying to ascend Mount Gurja, a 7,193m (23,599ft) peak.
'(They) fell off a cliff and died'.
The storm is the deadliest incident to hit Nepal's mountaineering industry since 18 people were killed at the Mount Everest base camp in 2015 in an avalanche triggered by a powerful natural disaster.
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The team had injuries, including head wounds and broken bones, consistent with being hit by strong winds, but rescuers say it most likely caused by the powerful downblast from an avalanche, not a storm.
Among the nine victims are Kim Chang-ho, the leader of the expedition team.
The permit listed four South Korean climbers, but a fifth member joined the team later, according to Mr Suresh Dakal of Trekking Camp Nepal.
"Base camp looks like a bomb went off", said Dan Richards of Global Rescue, a US-based emergency assistance group that will be helping with the retrieval effort.
The Korean expedition was being led by Chang-ho, who set the record in 2013 for being the fastest to reach the summits of the world's 14 highest mountains without using supplemental oxygen, according to climbing officials.
The tragedy was one the deadliest mountaineering accidents to hit the Himalayan nation in the past few years.
Despite not being as high as other Himalayan mountains in Nepal, Mount Gurja has seen only a fraction of the climbers of the world's highest peak, Mount Everest.