Inundation damages are occurring everywhere in the Yeongnam region, with heavy rains over 80mm per hour. In Busan, not only the road but also the Busan Station suffered flood damage.

Reporter Min Kyung-ho.


In the manhole above the road, the rainwater flows like a fountain and the rainwater is full, so the cars slip through a place where it is impossible to tell where the road is and where the road is.

The swollen rain has already reached the knees.

[It's kicked up to the knee!]

Yesterday (23th) there was a very strong rain of 80mm per hour in Busan and the flooding damage increased as it overlapped to high tide.

As rainwater enters Busan Station and Busan Underground Line 1, the train passes through Busan Station without stopping, and the traffic on the lower roads of Sebyeong Bridge, Coastal Bridge, and Suyeon Bridge in Dongnae-gu is flooded, and vehicle traffic is completely controlled.

Roads in Gwangan-dong, Suyeong-gu, and Yongdang-dong in Nam-gu, also had roads that were controlled by landslides.

Dongcheon, a river in the downtown area that had been heavily damaged by flooding on the 10th, was flooded again today, and about 50 people in the vicinity were evacuated.

In Yeongnam region, heavy rains such as 194mm from Haeundae in Busan and 192mm from Onsan in Ulju continued until 11:10 at night, and the Korea Meteorological Administration predicted that the rain will continue to rain around 60mm per hour around Yeongnam until today.