Suspect arrested after stabbing and car attack leaves 13 injured in South Korea

South Korea experienced a horrifying incident on Thursday evening when a man launched a stabbing and car attack that left at least 13 people injured in the town of Seongnam, near the South Korean capital, Seoul. The incident took place near a subway station just before 6:00 PM local time. While some victims were stabbed, others were hit by a car driven by the attacker. The suspect was apprehended at the scene, and the motive behind the attack remains unknown. The severity of the injuries is yet to be determined, but local media has referred to the incident as a “rampage.” This incident follows another stabbing in Seoul two weeks ago, in which one person was killed and three others were injured. It is important to note that violent incidents are relatively infrequent in South Korea, adding an element of shock to the recent events. Authorities are actively investigating the incident and providing updates to the public.