Time now to get a check on the weather.
Let's go over to our Lee Seung-min at the Weather Center.
Seung-min, most of the rain has eased off but there are heavy downpours in Gangwon-do Province. What's it looking like at the moment?
Well, Conn-young. Showers have eased in inland regions, including in the capital. However, in parts of Gangwon-do Province, where some gusty easterly winds are blowing, rain is expected to continue until tomorrow morning.
In terms the amount of rainfall, the Seoul metropolitan area and Gyeongsangbuk-do Province can expect 10 to 40 millimeters. In parts of Gangwon-do Province, heavy rain of up to 120 millimeters is in forecast.
Strong wind alerts are still in effect along the east coast. In upper parts of Gangwon-do Province, a heavy rain warning will be in place until tomorrow.
But thanks to the rain, temperatures will drop a couple of degrees. Seoul, Gwangju and Gyeongju will all begin the day at 19 degrees Celsius.
Daytime highs in Seoul will reach up to 27 degrees Celsius, Gwangju 28 and Gyeongju 27.
Rain is expected to ease for a while in South Korea until Sunday. For Korea’s neighbors, Tokyo will see sporadic rain throughout the daytime.
I'll leave you with the weather conditions around the world.