Ferry Owner Hid in Cottage Wall During Raid
Yoo Buyng-eon, who became Korea's most wanted man after the April 16 ferry disaster, was hiding in a secret compartment in the wall of a cottage during a police raid in May, prosecutors said Wednesday. >> Full Text

Manhunt Shifts to Ferry Owner's Children
The death of ferry owner Yoo Byeong-eun has shifted the focus of manhunt to his four children, who officials believe hold the keys to the business kingdom their father built. Only the whereabouts of one -- Yoo's eldest daughter Sum-na -- are known, while the rest have gone underground leaving few clues. >> Full Text

Cult Followers in Limbo After Ferry Owner's Death
The compound of the Evangelical Baptist Church in Anseong, Gyeonggi Province was tense on Tuesday as news came that sect leader and ferry owner Yoo Byung-eon had been found dead. Some members of the cult blocked the entry of the compound. >> Full Text

Pedestrians walk in Gwanghwamun, Seoul on Wednesday as a heavy rain warning was issued in the capital.

Women pose in hanbok or traditional Korean dress during a cultural program in Pyeongchang, Gangwon Province on Wednesday. /Newsis

Actress Son Ye-jin attends a press preview of her new film “The Pirates” in Seoul on Wednesday.

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