At least seven people were killed and six others were missing after heavy rainfall in 80 years in South Korea’s capital region Seoul on Tuesday, August 9. Flooded metro stations and caused blackouts across the city and neighboring provinces. The torrential rains that started on Monday continued to cause flooding in parts of the city.
At least seven people were killed and six people missing after one of the heaviest rain storms in 80 years in Seoul flooded streets and subway stations https://t.co/zXKEhUSdge
— Bloomberg (@business) August 9, 2022
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