And here I was, thinking the United States had serious snow problems and New York was a snow wasteland. According to Reuters' correspondent David R Arnott, the "biggest snowfall in the century" is burying entire cities in South Korea:
The biggest snowfall in a century has buried cities in eastern South Korea and prompted rescue operations involving some 12,000 soldiers, as the coldest winter in years grips the peninsula.
Buried cities? Really? Of course, this has nothing to do with climate change. It is all the fault of Kim Jong Il and his evil giant snow maker. Soon, his snow zombies will take over the south. [MSNBC]