Torrential rain in South Korea has killed 33 people and left 9 missing this week

On August 12, according to South Korea’s Radio International, torrential rain hit the whole country for days. Although the rain slowed down on August 12, as of the morning of August 12, the torrential rain had killed 33 people, left 9 missing and injured 8 others. < / P > < p > it is reported that the rainstorm has affected about 7800 people, of whom more than 3000 are homeless and living in temporary shelters. In addition, more than 5900 homes and 2500 granaries were damaged. < / P > < p > SRC = photo by Zeng Nai of China News Agency SRC = on August 8, many footpaths, driveways and parking lots were flooded in Hanjiang Park in Panpu, Seoul. Several days of torrential rain caused the water level of the Hanjiang River in Seoul, South Korea to soar, flooding some roads and parks nearby. Photo by Zeng Nai, China News Agency / < / P > < p > on August 8, many footpaths, driveways and parking lots were flooded in Hanjiang Park in Panpu, Seoul. Several days of torrential rain caused the water level of the Hanjiang River in Seoul, South Korea to soar, flooding some roads and parks nearby. China News Agency Zeng moon Jae in

reported that the president of South Korea stressed 11 days after the disaster, and urged the disaster recovery and reconstruction as soon as possible. However, due to monsoon rainfall on the 14th, reconstruction work may encounter obstacles. It is said that the South Korean government plans to designate additional special disaster areas as early as this week. Previously, seven areas of South Korea have been listed as special disaster areas, including Ancheng, Gyeonggi do, Tieyuan, Gyeonggi do, Chung Chou, tikawa, and Tian’an and Eshan, South Chung Ching do.