Lee Joon-seok, captain of the sunken ferry Sewol, arrives at a court in Gwangju on Monday. South Korean prosecutors sought the death penalty for the captain of a ferry that capsized in April, leaving 304 people dead or missing. Photo: Reuters Lee Joon-seok, captain of the sunken ferry Sewol, arrives at a court in Gwangju on Monday. South Korean prosecutors sought the death penalty for the captain of a ferry that capsized in April, leaving 304 people dead or missing. Photo: Reuters
Lee Joon-seok, captain of the sunken ferry Sewol, arrives at a court in Gwangju on Monday. South Korean prosecutors sought the death penalty for the captain of a ferry that capsized in April, leaving 304 people dead or missing. Photo: Reuters

South Korean prosecutors seek death penalty for captain of doomed ferry Sewol

Topic |   South Korea ferry disaster
Lee Joon-seok, captain of the sunken ferry Sewol, arrives at a court in Gwangju on Monday. South Korean prosecutors sought the death penalty for the captain of a ferry that capsized in April, leaving 304 people dead or missing. Photo: Reuters Lee Joon-seok, captain of the sunken ferry Sewol, arrives at a court in Gwangju on Monday. South Korean prosecutors sought the death penalty for the captain of a ferry that capsized in April, leaving 304 people dead or missing. Photo: Reuters
Lee Joon-seok, captain of the sunken ferry Sewol, arrives at a court in Gwangju on Monday. South Korean prosecutors sought the death penalty for the captain of a ferry that capsized in April, leaving 304 people dead or missing. Photo: Reuters
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