Heavy rain that flushed South Korea (South Korea) for days have triggered landslides and widespread flooding.
This disaster killed at least 30 people and about 12 other people have missed their homes.
As reported by AFP on Monday (10 August 2020), heavy rain has flushed most parts of South Korea.
According to the South Korean Ministry of Home Affairs and Safety, nearly half of the total deaths occurred in the past three days.
Heavy rain probably will happen to flush in the next few days.
Since last Friday (7 August), more than 3,700 people have become homeless.
In all, nearly 6,000 people have had to flee their homes in various parts of South Korea.
Around 4,600 people choosing to remain in temporary camps.
According to the Korea Meteorological Agency, heavy rains probably will occur to flush.
In addition, it will also trigge the floods because Typhoon Jangmiis about hit the southern region of the country.