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Meteorological Agency told me that this rain cloud can now go south to Seoul and to Gangwon-do. Let's go to Dongjak Bridge.

Reporter Jeon Yeon-nam, it's not raining right now, but after a while, it can be like a Gunnam dam.


Yes, Seoul Dongjak Bridge, where I am located, has entered a state of lull in the afternoon as the rain has been increasing since the afternoon.

The level of the diving bridge behind me is also 1m higher than usual, and now it is over 4m.

Today (1st), heavy rains were in effect all over Seoul, and there was a heavy rain with a gust of 30 to 50 mm per hour and thunderstorms.

About 1 o'clock day of the day, heavy rain warnings were issued in 11 districts in the southeast and southwestern regions of Gangnam-gu and Guro-gu, Seoul.

The Korea Meteorological Administration revealed that as the rain clouds have developed strongly in Seoul from 9:00 tonight, it is likely to turn into a heavy rain warning again.


There are several places where there were problems already during the day, but Seoul should be careful all night long.


Yes, a lot of rain came across Seoul, and Gangnam Station, crowded with people on the weekend, was once overwhelmed.

The manhole cover was opened, and the sewage flowed back, and the muddy water at the height of a person's ankles covered the sidewalk and the road.

The area around Gangnam Station was low, and in 2010 and 2011, even during the heavy rains of the local government, it turned into a sea of ​​water.

This afternoon, it seems that flooding occurred as a result of a heavy rain of 30mm per hour in Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu, Gangnam Station.

(On-site progress: edited, edited video: Lee So-young)