It rained heavily in Gangwon, Busan, and Gyeongnam last night.

Heavy rain warnings have been issued for Jeju and the southern coast, and up to 120 mm of rain is predicted until the afternoon.

Reporter Ha Jeong-yeon reports.


Raindrops are continuously falling from the sky, and a sign has been erected on the road near the river announcing the prohibition of entry.

In Busan, where a heavy rain advisory has been issued, it rained more than 60 mm a day yesterday (16th).

[Kim Eun-chong / Busan Dongnae-gu: I'm so worried.

If it rains just a little bit, it will be flooded.] It rained

more than 20mm per hour overnight in the southern coastal area of ​​Gyeongsangnam-do.

As of early this morning, a heavy rain warning has been issued for 7 cities and counties in Gyeongnam, including Namhae, and 2 areas in Jeollanam-do including Geomundo, southern Jeju, and eastern Jeju and mountainous areas.

This rain is expected to fall from 20 to 70 mm, with a maximum of 120 mm in many places, mainly in Yeongdong, Gangwon, the coast of Gyeongsangnam-do, and Jeju until this afternoon.

In particular, this rain cloud belt is narrow from north to south and long from east to west, so there may be places where it rains 50mm or more per hour.

The Korea Meteorological Administration has warned that lightning and gusts of wind can occur along with rain, and urged residents near areas where rain is forecasted to be careful and to check the special warning situation frequently.

In addition, the Korea Forest Service raised the landslide crisis warnings in Busan, Gyeongnam, and Jeonnam from concern to caution, and recommended that people in hazardous areas evacuate to a safe place.