It's been partly cloudy here in Seoul, whereas it's been raining in the south.
For details, let's turn to our Michelle Park at the weather center, Michelle?
The weather wasn't too hot today due to some cloud cover.
And unlike here in Seoul, the southern provinces and Jeju have been under rain clouds, and are expecting a maximum of 40 millimeters along the coast of Gyeongsangnam-do Province through the night.
We are also seeing some light rain in the east due to the unstable atmosphere.
Saturday is expected to be somewhat cloudy with continuing sporadic showers even in the capital, so I suggest you have your umbrellas handy tomorrow.
Same goes for Tokyo, there are chances of rain, possibly over 25 millimeters.
Saturday morning's temperatures will be similar to recent days, ranging between 16 to 19 degrees Celsius, Seoul beginning at 18 degrees.
The daily highs will be a lot cooler in the south due to overcast skies, while Seoul remains hot soaring up to 27 degrees.
By Sunday, we'll be able to look up to clear skies again, with higher temperatures as well.
I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.