The Sun will be partially eclipsed, off the north Siberian shores (~30 miles) out in the East Siberian Sea. The Moon will block up to 73.6% of the Sun at that location. Before the eclipse ends, the Sun will set (as you can see in the animation).
Seoul Korea will see the eclipse setting before reaching the maximum phase of the eclipse. The Sun will set before the eclipse ends in Nanyuan China, but this will occur after reaching maximum partial phase.
A few major cities will see this event including Moscow, Oslo, Reykjavik, Nuuk, and Astana. I included a town on the northern shores of Scotland called Thurso (which will see very little of the partial eclipse). (I darkened three of the names of the cities because of poor contrast in the background; thus, there is no significance implied in doing that.)
This is the last of the three eclipses in a four week period from July 13th to August 11th with July 27 being a total eclipse of the Moon, and the other two being partial solar eclipses. Enjoy!