A mother of a victim who was on board the sunken ferry leaves a message on a desk used by her child at an empty classroom. Photo: ReutersA mother of a victim who was on board the sunken ferry leaves a message on a desk used by her child at an empty classroom. Photo: Reuters
A mother of a victim who was on board the sunken ferry leaves a message on a desk used by her child at an empty classroom. Photo: Reuters

Two years after Sewol tragedy, agony continues for families of drowned children

Seoul announced last year that it would raise the 6,825-tonne ferry, which had been a key demand of the victims’ families.

Topic |   South Korea ferry disaster
A mother of a victim who was on board the sunken ferry leaves a message on a desk used by her child at an empty classroom. Photo: ReutersA mother of a victim who was on board the sunken ferry leaves a message on a desk used by her child at an empty classroom. Photo: Reuters
A mother of a victim who was on board the sunken ferry leaves a message on a desk used by her child at an empty classroom. Photo: Reuters
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