Torrential rain in South Korea has killed 17 people and affected 2500

August 7 according to South Korean media reports, South Korea’s central disaster safety response headquarters said on the 7th that as of 6 am local time, 17 people had died, 10 people were missing, 2500 people were affected and 6162 facilities were damaged. According to the report, the number of people affected by the disaster in the six affected cities increased by 275 compared with that on June 6, with a total of 2500 people from 1447 households. Among them, Zhongqing South Road has the largest number of 748 people.