The sinking of the Sewol ferry off the southwest coast of South Korea in April 2014 cost 304 people, including many schoolchildren, their lives. The first inquiry of the independent investigation commission came only a year and eight months later. Many surviving parents have quit their jobs in order to search for answers. Their suffering and grief have grown, and the families must now tolerate disparagement and hostility. In this reportage, Jun Michael Park gives these relatives a voice.
Exhibition venue A / Design Center