The monsoon rains have cleared as the cloud front made its way south, but rain is still falling in some regions across the country.
For more details, let's turn to our Michelle Park at the weather center, Michelle?
With the rain clearing up, Seoul and parts of the nation were left with overcast skies.
However, the low-pressure front is lingering to bring more rain in the far northern regions of the country and parts of the eastern coast as well.
These areas are already soaked with a huge amount of monsoon rain, so take cover, as there may be landslides.
Friday will be a cloudy one but, as it's Chobok tomorrow, a day referred to as the beginning of the hottest days of the summer, we will see a 5-degree temperature rise compared to today.
Meanwhile, Beijing is scorching hot, being swept by the heatwaves.
The start of the day is similar though,
with most places walking up to temperatures between 19 to 22 degrees Celsius, and Seoul at 20 degrees.
Thankfully, the mercury in most regions will stay under the 30-degree mark.
Seoul will top out at 28 degrees, Busan and Jeju are cooler and windy at 27 degrees.
For those of you wondering about the weekend,
Isolated showers are expected at times, so make sure to stay up-to-date with the latest forecast if you've planned an outing.
Next week, we have more sunny days in the capital.
I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.