And now we bring in our weather caster Lee Jee-hyun for what to expect throughout the day.
Jee-hyun, It seems to have stopped raining in Seoul for now, what parts of the country are still seeing heavy rain fall this morning?
Good morning. Gyeonggi-do and Gangwon-do Provinces are among the hardest hit right now, coming down at 20 millimeters an hour on to already very soaked regions. The capital will see rain pick up again shortly.
A heavy rain warning remains in place across central South Korea again when it does rain it will pour down. We could see heavy downpours of as much as 50 to 100 millimeters an hour.
Capital region, parts of Gangwon-do and Chungcheongbuk-do Provinces could see up to 500 millimeters as Typhoon Hagupit will bring massive moisture to the central parts of the country for the next couple of days.
Temperature-wise, humid weather to start the day in most parts. Much warmer than the same time yesterday at 26 degrees Celsius in Seoul, 28 in Jeju.
Southern provinces remain under a heat wave advisory, Daegu will get up to 34 degrees, southern parts of the country and Jeju could see passing showers during the day.
That's all the weather update for now.