Rainfall Kills Eight People 

At least eight people died in Seoul on Monday after record rainfall flooded homes

The power went out and hundreds of people had to leave their homes because of the flooding, according to...

South Korea’s Interior and Safety Ministry said three of those who died had been trapped in a flooded semi-basement.

Since Monday at midnight local time, there has been a total of 422 millimeters (16 inches) of rain in parts of Seoul.

The city got 141.5 millimeters (5.57 inches) of rain per hour, which is the most rain ever recorded since people started keeping track.

Even though most of the floodwaters had gone down by Tuesday morning, cars and buses were still scattered across roads...

The Seoul Metro says that in some parts of Seoul, clogged drains sent water back into the streets and subway stations.

Several places south of the Han River were hit the hardest. Some buildings and stores in the wealthy and modern Gangnam...

Flooding damaged more than 700 homes and businesses, so authorities sent about 800 people to schools, gyms, and community...

South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol sent his condolences to the victims on Tuesday, saying he would conduct an on-site inspection...