Sinking of Sae Wol Ho and the saddest thing in my life.
I have lived 57 years. For that period I have seen and looked so many strange things.
Actually life is the continuation of the difficulty of understanding in my guess.
I had been hardly frightened about something, because I had experienced so many abnormal things in my life.
But there was one accident what made me all but crazy.
It was the sinking of Sea Wol Ho ship in south sea of Korea.
It was 16 April 2014 when Sae Wol was sinking that was broadcasted in TV vividly.
As a result of that accident, 304 people were dead. Victims were mainly high school pupils and teachers and temporary crew members.
I could not forget that scene of sinking, it was sinking slowly in TV.
Captain was escaped from the ship at first, almost of crews were successfully escaped except few temporary crew members.
From that day, I hardly have slept at night. I had been shedding tears unintentionally.
Even at this moment, I could not control my emotion.
What made us worse was the attitude of the former president Park Guen Hye.
It seemed that she didn’t care about the accident with heart.
At the very moment of the accident, I felt the former Park really didn’t feel sorry for the loss of the parents and people. It was just a bothersome accident for her to pass over asap.
In my guess, the expel of the former president Park was mainly originated from that accident.
Of course there were the continuation of unprecedented behavior relating to her patron.
For some days ago, I had dropped the city Mock Po. This visit was for looking at Sae Wol Ho. The ship Sae Wol Ho was moved from the island Jindo where the ship was sunk to the port of Mockpo.
I arrived at port Mock Po early in the morning. The Sea Wind was blowing strongly. There was few people to visit this place. The yellow ribbons were flying with the wind. People have wrote their wishes on the ribbon and tied that to the wire entanglements.
There was a full of the waves of yellow ribbons. It was a wall of yellow ribbons.
It was very sorry that I could not get closer to the ship. I could see the ship far away.
There were the photos of 304 victims who could had been saved, if government and officials did their job properly.
I had prayed for the victims in front of the ship.
Tears came out unintentionally.
But with this visit, I felt like that I cleared the debt of my mind. å