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very hot yesterday (the 1st). The first heat wave warning of this year was issued as the sensible temperature in the metropolitan area and Jeonnam region exceeded 33 degrees. On weekends, the rainy season begins across the country.
Reporter Jung Gu-hee on the sidewalk.
We filmed all over Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do with a thermal imaging camera mounted on a drone.
Around 2pm, the asphalt temperature on which cars are running exceeds 37 degrees.
The temperature of the exterior walls of the building, heated by the scorching sun, soared to 40 degrees.
At least the park lake looks blue, but it's not enough to soothe the city's heat.
Yesterday, the first heat wave warning of the year was issued in the metropolitan area including Seoul, as well as in Gwangju and Jeollanam-do.
The temperature rose to 34.1 degrees in Naju, Jeollanam-do, and 33.3 degrees in the Seoul National Cemetery.
[Joo Ji-bin / Pyeongtaek-si, Gyeonggi-do: There is a fan and the wind is blowing, but it is still very hot because the hot wind blows.] It's hot
At midday, such as Seoul 32 degrees and Gwangju 31 degrees, mercury levels across the country are expected to exceed 30 degrees.
Following the heat wave, the rainy season starts at the same time across the country from Jeju to the central part of the country on Saturday.
It is expected that the rainy season front in Kyushu, Japan will come up to the southern part of Korea on the weekend, and it will sprinkle rain rain all over the country.
Starting with Jeju Island on Saturday morning, rain will fall across the country in the afternoon, continuing through Sunday.
Over the weekend, 50 to 100 mm of rain is expected across the country and more than 150 mm in some areas.
In some places, there will be gusts of rain at 50mm per hour, the equivalent of pouring water with a bucket.
Although the rainy season started ten days later than usual, about 3,900 places, a quarter of the places that were damaged last year, have not been fully restored, raising concerns.