South KoreaThe metropolitan area (Seoul, Incheon, Gyeonggi-do) and Gangwon-do received heavy rain on the 8th. Disasters like floods, landslides, traffic suspension and stranded people were reported at various places. Several South Koreans also posted pictures of their scenes on the Internet. One picture is particularly horrifying. In the picture, a man in a suit is seen trapped in a car that is about to collapse, and several vehicles that are completely submerged next to him. After coming in contact with the picture, it caused heated discussions among netizens.
“What happened in Seoul?” A netizen wrote on Twitter on the 8th, along with two pictures of the scene. In the photos, it was raining heavily on the roads, all traffic signs were closed, and only a small number of cars were left too late to retreat. The car was parked in the middle of the road, and when I zoomed in, I was even more surprised to see a man in a suit sitting in a car that was about to collapse. Exposure of the frightening image immediately attracted 8.8 likes and 13,000 retweets.
Netizens left one message after another, “Oh my god… what happened in this world? Everyone pays attention to safety”, “It sounds scary”Movies“Is that house safe?”, “He’s shaking”, “This year’s Pulitzer Prize for Photojournalism is a follow-up”, “I didn’t know it was so severe before, I expect heavy rain soon Hi will pass”. Later, some netizens found that the man turned out to be a news reporter, and he was also a personalcommunityUploaded a photo of himself stuck on the roof of the car and water can be seen on the hood from his perspective.
According to Korean media reports, the Korea Meteorological Agency reported that the rainfall in Dongjak District, Seoul reached 360.5 mm as of 10 pm on the 8th, the highest single-day rainfall among more than 600 observation points in South Korea. record is. , and the rain is expected to continue till the 10th, 100 to 250 mm of rain may occur in the metropolitan area including Seoul, inland mountainous areas of Gangwon province, northern Chungcheong and north-western Gyeongsangbuk.