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Photos from 40th ‘Stay Put’ Sewol silent protest in London

It was our 40th Sewol monthly protest at Trafalgar Square without a break since the disaster back in April 2014. It started with only a few of us angry and sad with what happened, and the then South Korean government’s extremely poor responses to the disaster.

We saw some changes since the impeachment of ex-president Park and President Moon’s government started. Continue reading “Photos from 40th ‘Stay Put’ Sewol silent protest in London”


Photos from 39th ‘Stay Put’ Sewol silent protest in London

Photos by @alualuna

Photos from Sewol Remembrances Seminar

Continue reading “Photos from Third Anniversary of Sewol Disaster”

Photos from 35th ‘Stay Put’ Sewol Silent Protest in London

Photos from 34th ‘Stay Put’ Sewol Silent Protest in London

18 February 2017 

33rd ‘Stay Put’ Sewol Silent Protest in London

Monday 9th of January 2017 marked the 1000th day since the Sewol ferry disaster in South Korea that claimed 304 lives, mostly children. The Korean government have blocked a thorough inquiry. President Park Geun Hye proved herself to be a heartless and inept leader and is now facing impeachment on corruption charges.

Monthly silent protest is to remember the Sewol victims, demand Korean government to raise the Sewol ferry without dismantling for a thorough inquiry and recover all missing victims; to punish those responsible; and to enact special anti-disaster regulations.

Continue reading “33rd ‘Stay Put’ Sewol Silent Protest in London”

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