South Korea, along with China will cause artificial rain to clean the air

Recently, the Korean Meteorological Agency tried to seed clouds over the Yellow Sea with silver iodide

for rain clouds to appear, but it only rained for a few minutes. Now South Korean authorities have called on China to join the cloud seeding project.

Chinese winds occasionally blow from the Yellow Seato Seoul, carrying heavily polluted air. The South Korean government accuses China of exceeding fine particles (PM2.5) in the atmosphere, which are gradually moving to the territory of South Korea.

According to South Korean President Moon Zhe Ina,Chinese scientists are much better developed cloud sowing technologies, so a joint project will be much more effective. In addition, countries should together monitor the state of the atmosphere, as well as create a warning system for exceeding the MAC.