Flash floods brought on by heavy rain in southern South Korea have killed at least five people, officials say.
One person was killed and four others are missing after a bus was swept away by floods near the southern city of Changwon, Yonhap news agency reported.
In Busan, South Korea’s second-largest city, four people were killed after heavy rain battered parts of the city. South Korea’s largest news agency said a record rain up to 130 millimetres per hour hit Busan and nearby areas, spurring landslides.
Monday’s heavy rain also disrupted train services in Busan, and a nuclear power plant was forced to halt operations after a cooling facility became flooded, AFP news agency reported.
Weather officials said that more heavy rain was forecast.
Please be prepared for traffic disruptions and possible delays in mail processing and delivery.