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the discharge volume of dams upstream of the Han River, including Uiam Dam, increased, the flood warning was issued in the main stream of the Han River in nine years. Major arterial roads, such as Olympic Boulevard, have also been controlled for over 24 hours. We will connect reporters to the Han River Diving Bridge.

Reporter Jeon Yeon-nam, is there any change in the level of the diving bridge?


Yes, there were only rivers and branches that grew up as I could see behind me on the diver's bridge, which was under control for six days.

The level of the diving bridge is currently about 10m, which is almost double the 5.5m standard for pedestrian traffic.

Yesterday (6th) During the daytime, it soared up to 11.5m at one time, and then it gradually declined as the upward trend declined.

From 11 am yesterday, a flood advisory was issued on the Han River Bridge, about 3.5 km from this place.

The water level of the Hangang Bridge has also been lowered a bit, down to 8.5m below the flood advisory line and about 7m.

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Seoul, there were a lot of hardships on the way to and from work yesterday. What is the main road control situation?


Yes, the main highways in Seoul, which were controlled from yesterday morning, are still blocked.

The eastern arterial road controls both directions from Jungnang Bridge to Seongsu Junction, and is blocked in both directions from Gayang Bridge to Dongjak Bridge on Olympic Boulevard.

Some sections of Gangbyeonbuk-ro, including the Han River Bridge, were fully controlled.

The inner ring road is only controlling the direction of Seongdong Junction from Majang Lamp.

As there is a possibility of traffic jams that may cause traffic jams around the surrounding roads, it is recommended that people who go to work this morning use public transportation whenever possible.