The bodies of two Korean volunteer workers who were killed in Sri Lanka last week have arrived back in the country.
The plane carrying their bodies arrived at Incheon International Airport on Wednesday evening.
The bodies of 22-year-old Kim Young-woo and 24-year-old Jang Moon-jeong have been moved to Asan Medical Center in Seoul. Their funerals will be held on Saturday.
Both were volunteering for the Korea International Cooperation Agency, when they were killed on Saturday after being struck by lightning in the mountainous region in central Sri Lanka.