From the headlines:"At least 31 people were dead or missing as a result of heavy rains in the eastern Gangwon Province of South Korea, the National Emergency Management Agency said..." "South Korea issued a national crisis warning on Sunday as torrential rain caused flooding in parts of the country, killing 10 people and leaving 17 missing and presumed dead.""Heavy rains cause death, destruction in N. Korea"Excerpts give you more detail:"The orange alert issued for the capital, Seoul, and its surrounding regions and for the eastern province of Kangwon was prompted by a "high likelihood of large-scale disasters" from heavy rain, the National Emergency Management Agency said.""Nearly 3,000 North Koreans were believed dead or missing in floods and landslides after torrential rains hit the impoverished country, a respected South Korean human rights group said yesterday. Monsoon downpours caused much more damage than the secretive North’s state media have claimed"Safely sitting inside my fourth floor apartment. The downpour hasn't stopped for days...