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Yoo Kyung-keun(Left), chairman of the Sewol Victims' Council holds a press conference at the memorial space of Sewol in Gwanghwamun Square on July 27, 2021 in Seoul, South Korea. The Sewol Victims' Council agreed with the Seoul Metropolitan Government to temporarily display various exhibits including portraits of the victims at the main gate of the Seoul Metropolitan Assembly Hall. The new memorial space is still under discussion. The Sewol ferry disaster off South Korea's southwest coast claimed 304 lives, mostly high school students on an educational travel. (Photo by Chris Jung/NurPhoto via AP)

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