South Korea evacuates tourists along the river Fearing that the red ginseng may release water from the dam – fresh news

South Korea evacuates tourists along the river Fearing that the red ginseng may release water from the dam

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Date 5 Jul. Archyde.com Reports revealed by South Korean officials that North Korea is likely to release water from a dam near the South Korean border, forcing tourists in South Korea to evacuate as water levels in the Injin River rise. Tourists in South Korea are evacuating as water levels in the Injin River rise.

Government data revealed that The water level at the bridge over the Injin River in Yeoncheon District South Korea’s Gyeonggi Province rose more than one meter on Monday afternoon, July 4, forcing tourists to evacuate on the banks of the river.

South Korea’s Ministry of Unification “The North Korean officials are likely to release water from the Hwangang Dam.

while the Yeoncheon district stated that Send a warning message to nearby residents. by warning them to move to a safe area, it said. But it’s not clear how many people have to leave. after news of the release of water from the dam

“The water level is now dropping after being above 1.6 meters,” Yeoncheon district officials said.

North Korea has stepped up efforts to prevent flood damage from recent heavy rains. South Korea urged North Korea to notify before releasing water from the dam. while the river flows through Yeoncheon But North Korea has not responded.

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In 2019, North Korea released water from the Hwangang Dam without warning. This resulted in flash floods downstream that killed six South Koreans, after which officials from the two Koreas met to discuss the issue. The North Korean representative expressed his condolences for the death and to the affected families.

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