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November 26, 2014
Im Young-ae, whose husband is one of the convicted crew members of the sunken ferry Sewol, speaks during...
JINDO, South Korea
Im, whose husband is a convicted crew member of sunken ferry Sewol, speaks with Reuters in Jindo
Im Young-ae, whose husband is one of the convicted crew members of the sunken ferry Sewol, speaks during an interview with Reuters at her home in Jindo November 18, 2014. Her husband is serving a 5-year jail term for negligence over the ferry's sinking. Im, like the loved ones of other surviving crew, is being treated as a pariah amid outrage in South Korea over the deaths of 304 people on the doomed boat, which sank while making a turn on a routine voyage to the holiday island of Jeju. Im's daughter, as well as her son, have quit their jobs in Seoul, unable to bear the anger directed at them. To match story SOUTHKOREA-FERRY/ Picture taken November 18, 2014. REUTERS/Kim Hong-Ji (SOUTH KOREA - Tags: MARITIME DISASTER CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
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