A total of five people died at the site of the landslide in Gokseong, Jeollanam-do.

On the 8th, according to Gokseong-gun, Jeollanam-do and the Jeonnam Fire Department, Kangmo (73, male) was found dead at 1:43 pm on the same day.

Disaster prevention authorities concluded that the search was due to Kang as the last burial man.

At 8:29 pm on the 7th, the soil collapsed in the mountain behind the village of Osan-myeon, Gokseong-gun, and 5 houses were buried.

Three of them were completely covered in earth and sand, and firefighters rescued Mo Kim (71, female), Mo Yoon (53, male) and aunt (60 female) from here the night before, but died.

Although sediment was rushing into two separate houses to rescue them, the work was halted due to heavy rain and the risk of additional landslides and resumed at dawn.

Firefighters rescued the aunt (73, female) from a pile of dirt at 8:15 am that day and moved it to the hospital, but he died.

Lee, who was rescued that day, was found in a separate house, and Kang was also found there.

The disaster prevention authorities evacuated about 30 villagers to Osan Elementary School right after the landslide in preparation for further danger.

The Disaster Prevention Authority determined that there were no more suspected burials, as the Kim, Yoon and Kang families each lived, and the remaining two were used as separate houses or warehouse spaces.

Some residents have stated that they have piled up the soil needed for the construction as the road was expanded beyond the mountains behind the village.