On August 6, according to South Korean media reports, South Korea’s central disaster safety response headquarters reported on the 6th that as of 6:00 a.m. local time, 16 people had died and 11 people were missing in Central China. The number of victims increased to 1648, and the scale of the disaster continued to expand. < / P > < p > it was reported that the number of damaged facilities increased to 5177, including 2617 private facilities and 2560 public facilities. The damaged area of farmland increased to 8065 hectares, of which 7231 hectares were flooded. On the other hand, the Hanjiang flood control station of the Ministry of environment of the Republic of Korea issued a flood warning for the Hanjiang River Bridge basin in Seoul at 11:00 a.m. local time on the 6th. This is the first flood warning in the basin since July 28, 2011. < p > < p > as of 11:30 a.m. local time, the water level near Hanjiang Bridge reached 8.38m, close to 8.5m of flood warning “attention” level. Some parts of Seoul may be hit by floods, which is worrying.