South Korea is experiencing the tragic effects of a deadly monsoon. Rain for more than 40 days in a row has resulted in landslides and floods, which had killed at least 30 people as First News went to press. The downpours left more than 3,700 without homes last weekend, as residential streets and farms were left submerged by flooding. The government says this monsoon is the worst the country has faced since 2013, when South Korea experienced 49 days of constant rainfall. There are fears that this monsoon could last even longer.