A massive waterbomb of monsoon rain has slammed the central and southern parts of South Korea, flooding many homes, roads, and farms.
The central city of Daejeon is among the hardest hit.
Some express trains there have been delayed due to flooded tracks.
More rain is expected today, with those places under heavy rain alerts Cheungcheong-do Province, Jeolla-do Province and Gyeongsangbuk-do Province receiving up to 50 millimeters an hour.
Seoul and other regions could see up to 80 millimeters.
The Korea Meteorological Administration forecasts on-and-off heavy showers until early August.
If the forecast is correct, it will be one of the longest monsoon seasons ever recorded in South Korea.