In South Korea, the monsoon season is on its way for summer 2023. The El Niño phenomenon has caused this year in Korea to be predicted as having “the biggest rainy season of a lifetime.”
According to the KMA (Korea Meteorological Administration), the nation could experience 20 to 40 millimeters per hour of severe rain through June 27, 2023.
The fatality rate in a highway rainstorm is more than four times higher than on a regular road, so it’s important to slow down.
In anticipation of this summer’s forecasted record heat and severe rainfall, wholesale prices for vegetables and fruits are climbing substantially. This is because the rainy season is predicted to last longer than usual, and strong typhoons may interfere with the delivery of agricultural goods.
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