According to the most recent information issued by South Korean officials, the storm that is wreaking havoc on northern South Korea has claimed 14 lives while leaving six people missing.

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Rescue workers discovered the bodies of two Seoul citizens within a manhole, which brought the total number of fatalities in the previous 24 hours up by two, according to the Yonhap news agency.

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Eight people have already died as a result of the floods in the capital city of Seoul, three more in the remaining region of the western province of Gyeonggi, and two more in the eastern province of Gangwon.

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In the capital of South Korea, six more people's whereabouts remain a mystery.

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Additionally, 46 cities, towns, and villages, including the capital of South Korea, have been evacuated or displaced, totaling over 6,000 individuals.

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Many of these people live in semi-basement dwellings and have seen their homes flooded by the rain.

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In fact, half of the people who have lost their lives in recent days were living in such dwellings

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According to the organisation, there are around 200,000 of these homes in Seoul, or 5% of all households in the city.

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SEOUL: After at least four people drowned in basement homes during the worst storm to lash Seoul in more than a century, South Korea's...

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