There was heavy rain overnight in South Korea's Chungcheongnam-do Province, which has flooded buildings and roads.
The counties of Cheongyang and Buyeo both saw over 1-hundred-70 millimeters of rain.
In Buyeo, at one point, it was coming down at a rate of over 1-hundred-10 millimeters an hour, the heaviest rain recorded there in August since 1995.
Since heavy rain started falling in various parts of the country, causing historic flooding in the capital Seoul last week, 14 people have been confirmed dead and six are missing.
Nearly 7,5-hundred people have been displaced from their homes and have taken temporary shelter.
This afternoon, anywhere between 5 and 40 millimeters of rain is expected around the country, except for on Jeju Island.
Parts of Gyeonggi-do, Gangwon-do and Chungcheongbuk-do Province could get over 60 millimeters.