Heat Wave

Heat wave has reached South Korea.


South Korea is currently experiencing heat wave where people get to experience extremely hot weather, way more hot than what South Korea usually experience.

On August 1, a South Korean agency recorded the highest temperature in Korean history by reaching 40.7 Celsius (105.2 Fahrenheit). For the daytime highs, they have recorded 33-35 Celsius (91-95 Fahrenheit) for the past weeks.
South Korea’s Health Ministry revealed that from May 20 to August 6, there are already more or less 3,440 Koreans who have received medical treatment for heat-related illnesses. They already recorded 42 deaths among the 3,440, making it the highest heat-related fatalities ever recorded in South Korea.

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