The Korean Zombie’s Gym Was Flooded In Seoul From Record Rainfall

Seoul rainfall has affected Chan Sung Jung's gym

Photo credit: The Korean Zombie's IG

Chan Sung Jung, aka The Korean Zombie, had to shut down his gym due to flooding.

Flooding video

On Monday, The Korean Zombie shared a scary video of his gym getting flooded due to rainfall.

The UFC legend wrote “I think I should close the gym for a while. I’ll have it restored as soon as possible. 😢 We will announce as soon as possible to operate. Thank you for your understanding.” (Translated through Instagram)

Seoul heavy rainfall

According to NPR, on Monday, Seoul experienced the heaviest rain they have seen in decades.

“Some of the heaviest rain in decades swamped South Korea’s capital region, turning Seoul’s streets into car-clogged rivers and sending floods cascading into subway stations. At least eight people were killed — some by drowning in their homes — and seven others were missing, while more rain was forecast. Deserted cars and buses were scattered across streets as the water receded on Tuesday as workers cleared uprooted trees, mud, and debris with excavators and blocked off broken roads and pavement. Landslide warnings were issued in nearly 50 cities and towns, while 160 hiking paths in Seoul and mountainous Gangwon province were closed.”

Unfortunately, The Korean Zombie’s gym was affected. However, according to his Instagram story, he has already started the cleanup, hoping to reopen soon.


The Korean Zombie was last in action at UFC 273 earlier this year in April in his second UFC title fight. Unfortunately, he was finished in the fourth round by Alexander Volkanovski. After the fight, he teased retirement, but thankfully he chose to continue to fight at least one more time.

A number of featherweight contenders have recently called Jung out, such as Bryce Mitchell, Giga Chikadze, Shane Burgos, and Calvin Kattar, to name just a few.

Published on August 9, 2022 at 1:48 pm
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