around eight individuals were killed in Seoul after record storms overflowed homes, streets and metro stations in the South Korean capital, seoul

Seoul saw a total of 16 inches of rain, authorities to raise the highest Level 3 emergency alert. 

A number of subway stations were closed due to flooding, with lines temporarily suspended Monday night

President called for public employers to adjust their commuting hours and urged aggressive action in restoring damaged facilities 

The rain began Monday morning and not stop till evening hours. Nearly 800 buildings were damaged while 800 people were forced to evacuate from their homes

Three people were found dead in the debris of landslides and a collapsed bus station of Gwangju and Hwaseong.

The heavy rainfall is expected to continue for days that's why all administration on high alert