It's not at the level I was worried about, but it rained heavily throughout the night in the metropolitan area.

The wind was also strong.

It is said that it will rain a lot tonight as well.

Reporter Park Ha-jeong.


Yes, I've been outside since about 4 am, and it's been raining to the extent that I can't see properly.

The wind blew and the rain was scattering, so even though I used an umbrella, my clothes were wet.

As of 1 am today, heavy rain advisories have been issued throughout Seoul, Incheon, and Gyeonggi-do.

It was lifted at 4:50 in the morning as the rain got a little thinner than in the middle of the night.

Strong wind advisories are still issued in most areas of the country except for Gyeongbuk.

Between yesterday evening and this morning, 62.5 mm of rain fell on Baengnyeong-do, Ongjin-gun, Incheon, and 42.5 mm, on Idong-myeon, Pocheon-si, Gyeonggi-do.


It's almost time to go to work.

It didn't rain as much as I was worried, but are there any roads that are still flooded?


Concerns about road flooding are not so great.

If you look at the Jamsu Bridge where I am located, the current water level is 3.3m, so there is still room up to the vehicle-controlled water level of 6.2m.

In Seoul, some water is stagnant in the section from the southern end of Olympic-daero Gayang Bridge to the southern end of Banghwa Bridge, so partial control is being implemented from around 2:50 in the morning.

It is recommended to leave a little early on the way to work and to use public transportation as much as possible.

A gust of wind is expected today with strong rain of 30 to 50 mm per hour centering on the metropolitan area and the inland mountainous areas of Gangwon.

It got weak during the day, but it looks like it will get stronger again at night.

The Korea Meteorological Administration predicted that there will be places where the accumulated precipitation will be more than 250 mm by tomorrow.