|Tipo de Evento:||Flood, Landslide|
|Ubicación del Evento:||Republic of South Korea|
|Fecha de Activación de la Carta:||2020-08-14|
|Time of Charter Activation:||11:06|
|Time zone of Charter Activation:||UTC+09:00|
|Solicitante de la Carta:||National Disaster Management Institute (NDMI)|
|Gestión de Proyecto:||KARI|
At least 30 people are dead and a dozen are missing after more than a week of devastating torrential rain caused landslides in South Korea as it battles the longest monsoon since 2013. Current weather forecasts predict that this year's monsoon may last longer.
About 100 metres of levee collapsed at the Seomjin River on the southern edge of the Korean peninsula forcing about 1,900 people to be evacuated from the local area and Five homes were buried in a landslide from a mountain behind a village in Gokseong, South Jeolla province, killing five people and requiring more to be rescued
The country's forestry agency has raised landslide warnings to its highest level in every region except the holiday island of Jeju.