Alright, I’m ready to hit the hay. Here’s the final rainfall total for the day. According to the Korean Meteorological website, as of 11 p.m. we’ve gotten close to 9 inches (22 c.m.) of rain today. Wow! That’s getting pretty close to last July’s rainy day total, but it’s not as much as Jinju, to the north-east of us or Goheung, the spaceport of Korea’s fledgling space program, which is just west of Yeosu. Both of those areas have had over 12 inches (30 c.m.) of rain so far. The KMA is predicting another 1/2 to 1 inch of rain overnight. The southern third of the country got inundated today, but the northern part, including Seoul, is forecast to get hit tomorrow. Rainy season, for sure. I’ll have to keep my eye out for any flood news on the Korean newspapers or TV tomorrow. More later from a VERY wet Yeosu.