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Inside the Sewol

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Journalists report from the third floor of the Sewol ferry, which was set upright earlier this month in Mokpo, South Jeolla, on Thursday. This is the first time that journalists have been able to peek inside the 6,800-ton ship that capsized in April 2014 and took the lives of more than 300 people. The remains of five victims have yet to be found. [YONHAP]




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