Then, let's take a look at the rain damage that has been reported so far.
We connect reporters who are out of the Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasures Headquarters.
Reporter Yoo Deok-gi, let me know.
The number of casualties caused by the torrential rain has so far been counted as 8 dead, 6 missing, and 9 injured.
From the afternoon of the 8th to the night of the 8th, 5 people in Gwanak-gu and Dongjak-gu, Seoul, etc., died due to flooding and electric shock, and in Gwangju-si, Gyeonggi-do, citizens lost their lives due to the collapse of the bus stop and the burial of the road slope.
Six people were missing in Seoul and Gyeonggi Province alone.
163 victims of 107 households also occurred in the metropolitan area, staying at nearby schools or gyms.
In Dongjak-gu, Seoul and Gwangmyeong, Gyeonggi, 273 people from 165 households were temporarily evacuated to community centers and welfare centers.
There was also damage to public facilities such as flooding of tracks.
There were 8 tracks inundation, including 7 in Seoul and 1 in Incheon, and 134 trails in 4 national parks including Bukhansan were controlled.
The operation of 24 passenger ships on 19 routes has also been suspended.
Landslide forecasts were also issued as of 7 am today in 47 cities and counties, mainly in Seoul, Gyeonggi, Incheon and Gangwon-do.
The Ministry of Public Administration and Security announced that 650 of the 775 private and public facilities damaged by the heavy rain have been restored, and about 84% have been restored, and the fire department has completed the rescue of 88 people since yesterday afternoon.
In the morning, President Yoon Seok-yeol held an emergency inspection meeting with related organizations to deal with the torrential rain to inspect the damage and to promptly restore it.