South Korea is getting drenched this week by monsoon rains, and forecasters say that'll continue through the weekend.
Heavy rain warnings are in effect in the regions near the capital.
On Friday, Seoul, as well as Gyeonggi-do and Gangwon-do provinces, saw rain falling at over 30 millimeters per hour.
That eased up in the afternoon, but intermittent showers are forecast until Sunday.
The areas around Seoul could get up to 300 millimeters.
The southern provinces will see much lighter rain, which is forecast to end on Saturday.