During the night, torrential downpours of over 100mm per hour fell in some areas of South Chungcheong Province.

The rain caused two missing and injured people, as well as damage to houses and other facilities such as roads.

First news, reporter Min Kyung-ho reports.


Rain pours down as if there were a hole in the sky, and whenever thunder strikes, it becomes as bright as broad daylight.

When the sun came up and the water receded, the village was uncovered and covered in all sorts of dirt, uprooted trees and garbage.

[The town has completely changed, it has changed.]

The river roared with turquoise water, and the road passing by it collapsed as if it had been bombed.

It rained heavily in the Chungcheong area overnight.

It rained 146.1 mm in Buyeo, Chungcheongnam-do, 135.5 mm in Cheongyang, and 40 mm in Nonsan for 5 hours from midnight yesterday (13th) to 5 am today.

In particular, it rained 110.6 mm per hour in Buyeo and 74 mm in Cheongyang.

The rain caused two missing people, and a man in his 80s who was working to remove soil in Cheongyang was transported to the hospital after being hit by a tiller.

In addition, 11 houses and shops were flooded and 14 roads were closed.

All weather advisories issued for Daejeon and Chungnam were lifted at 5:30 am today.

The Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasures Headquarters said that 14 people were killed and 6 people were missing in Seoul, Gyeonggi, Gangwon, and Chungnam due to the torrential rain that continued for a week from the 8th.

26 people were injured.