100 days of Sewol

July 24, 2014
Flags written with the names of 10 victims of the Sewol sinking wave in the wind in Jindo. (Hyung Min-woo/Yonhap)

Flags written with the names of 10 victims of the Sewol sinking wave in the wind in Jindo on Wednesday. (Hyung Min-woo/Yonhap)

It has been 100 days since the sinking of the ferry boat Sewol, which took the lives of 294 passengers — most of them high school students — and which has left 10 missing.

The April 16 sinking, as well as the economic, political and social shock it generated, devastated South Korea and brought into scrutiny safety issues and allegations of a corrupt relationship between the Korean government and private companies.

Search teams, meanwhile, have continued to look for the missing.

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