Yesterday (8th), let’s go to the southern region where the damage was concentrated yesterday. In three days, 12 people died in Gwangju, Jeollanam-do and North Korea. In addition, 3,500 people are living in shelters because their homes are locked. First, let's take a look at the overall situation in Honam.

This is Sohn Hyung-an.


A village in Jangsu-gun, Jeollabuk-do, where a landslide occurred yesterday afternoon.

The ground, weakened by rain poured over several days, hit a house near the slope.

The fire department, who had been reported and dispatched, searched the buried house for more than six hours and retrieved the body of a couple in their 50s late at night.

In Jangsu, where the accident occurred, a record heavy rain of 237 mm fell on one day only yesterday.

In fact, it was counted as the highest rainfall in August since the weather in Jangsu area was observed.

In addition, it rained 361 mm in nearby Sunchang and 289 mm in Namwon area.

[Im Yong-taek/Namwon-si, Jeollabuk-do: Banned-myeon in Namwon-si, Jeollabuk-do: I was told to evacuate, so I couldn't come out with anything and only my body came out.] The

damage to people is also increasing.

A man in his 50s, who disappeared yesterday while crossing a river in Gokseong-gun, Jeollanam-do, was found dead this morning.

In the vicinity of Gwangju Stream in Dong-gu, Gwangju, police are searching for a woman in her 70s who lost contact after leaving the house yesterday.

Property damage caused by rivers overflowing and embankment collapse is also rising like a snowball.

In Honam alone, 1,900 houses and 50 times more agricultural land in Yeouido were submerged.

In Honam, 12 people have died, one has been missing, and about 3,500 residents have lost their homes and are living in temporary shelters.

(Video coverage: Kim Yong-woo and Kim Yang-ho JTV, video editing: Lee Seung-yeol)