Flash floods brought on by heavy rain in southern South Korea have killed at least five people, officials say.
One person was killed and four others are missing after a bus was swept away by floods near the southern city of Changwon, Yonhap news agency reported.
In Busan, South Korea's second-largest city, four people were killed after heavy rain battered parts of the city.
Victims included two people who drowned in their car after driving through a submerged city underpass.
An engineer is also believed to be missing after checking basement power lines in a flooded building.
Monday's heavy rain also disrupted train services in Busan, and a nuclear power plant was forced to halt operations after a cooling facility became flooded, AFP news agency reported.
Weather officials said that more heavy rain was forecast.