Even though all the heavy rain alerts were lifted as of 7 P.M. Korean time, more damage is being reported as time passes.
According to the Chungcheongbuk-do Province Disaster and Safety Management Office on Thursday, there have been a total 233 incidents reported.
32 homes and buildings are flooded and 18 cars are submerged.
The situation in Jeollabuk-do Province isn't much different, where -- at one point -- 70 millimeters of rain fell per hour.
About 20 roads are blocked while homes and buildings are flooded.
The National Institute of Forest Science forecasts that there will be up to 200 millimeters of rain in Chungcheong-do, Jeollabuk-do and Gyeongsangbuk-do provinces until Friday.
Meanwhile, as of Thursday, the death toll from this adverse weather has reached 12 in Seoul, Gyeonggi-do and Gangwon-do provinces, with seven still missing.
Nationwide, almost 6000 people have been displaced from their homes and forced to seek temporary shelter.
The city of Seoul announced Thursday that it will support its autonomous districts with disaster management funds to help repair flood damage.
The city also reports that most of the road that were damaged have been repaired.
The same day, the country's Prime Minister Han Duck-soo held a meeting with relevant authorities to check the progress being made.
There, officials reported that about 92 percent of what was seen as needing urgent repair has been dealt with.