Remains found in Sewol Ferry identified as one of the missing students from Danwon High School
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Remains found in Sewol Ferry identified as one of the missing students from Danwon High School

The third set of human remains found on the Sewol Ferry has been identified.

According to the officials on May 25, the remains found on the recovered Sewol Ferry has been identified as Cho Eun Hwa, a 17-year-old student from Danwon High School.

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Back in March, the wrecked ship was retrieved and towed to the port of Mokpo. So far, three sets of human remains have been discovered during the investigation of the wrecked ship. The first has been identified as a female student from Danwon High School while the second revealed to be a teacher namedKo Chang Seok.

Six others including a teacher, 2 male students, and 3 other passengers still remain missing.

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