In the southern part of Gyeonggi Province, where rain has exceeded 400mm for four days from the weekend, the damage has been so great that the rain continues to come and go, making it difficult to recover.
Reporter Park Jae-hyun has been to a village in Anseong, Gyeonggi-do, hit by landslides.
Namsan Village in Iljuk-myeon, Anseong, Gyeonggi-do, seen from the sky.
During the landslide, Tosa swept through one side of the village, but it stopped only after a pile of dirt swept hundreds of meters down into the rice fields at the bottom of the village.
The place that the Tosa covered became a wormwood field.
The rooted tree penetrated the house and the container used as a warehouse hit the lower house.
This is where I was originally standing in the yard of a house.
In the landslide, the piles of dirt and dirt have been swept down to a height of almost 2m, and when you see them coming down, there are pumpkins raised in the upper house, buckets used in the house, and construction materials.
There was a garden that was difficult to move even to the entrance of a village more than 100 meters from the mountain.
[Town villager: (soil pile) I saw it coming down. There's Tosa just coming down... . It's all gone here. There were five trees here.]
[Town villager: There was wind noise. Then the tree is standing and coming down.] The
video taken by the residents contained an urgent situation at the time.
[I'm a grandson, but I came to play and I wasn't able to take pictures because I was surprised.]
Only 8 villages were destroyed in this village, but an old man in his 70s was rescued in 3 hours from a collapsed house.
Yongin, which suffered a record heavy rain of 300mm or more, also suffered significant damage.
This is a road in Yongin.
The road collapsed so much as to see a fault even in the event of an earthquake.
As the road collapsed, the bridge to the promenade collapsed.
The river was flooded by heavy rain, sweeping down the ground under the road, but it is not yet safeguarded, so there is concern for further collapse.
(Video coverage: Seol Min-hwan, Video editing: Won-hee Hwan)
[Scene] "Drop it in a pile of dirt" A tree that penetrated the house
In the southern part of Gyeonggi Province, where rain fell more than 400mm for four days from the last weekend, the damage has been so great that the rain continues to come and go, making it difficult to recover. Reporter Park Jae-hyun has been to a village in Anseong, Gyeonggi-do, hit by landslides.