Integrated numerical approaches with physically-based conceptualization are required for accurate urban inundation simulation. In this study, we described, applied and analyzed an integrated 1-dimensional (1D) sewerage system and 2-dimensional (2D) surface flow model, which was suggested by Lee et al. (2015). This model was developed based on dual-drainage concept, and uses storm drains as an discharge exchange spot rather than manholes so that interaction phenomena between surface flow and sewer pipe flow are physically reproduced. In addition, the building block concept which prevents inflows from outside structures is applied in order to consider building effects. The capability of the model is demonstrated via reproducing the past flooding event at the Sadang-cheon River catchment, Seoul, South Korea. The results show the plausible causes of the inundation could be analysed in detail by integrated 1D-2D modeling.