Radio to Air North Abduction Stories

August 1, 2006: Dad, if you see this letter, please visit my Internet website. It is made only for you, and I will wait for your visit,” wrote Hwang Chan-uk, daughter of Hwang Won, a passenger of a Korean Airlines flight abducted by North Korea in 1969.

“How can we trust a government which has no sense of responsibility for abductees and makes no effort to find out if they are alive or dead?” said Kim Jong-seop, younger brother of Kim Do-gyeong, crew member of Yeong Shin, a ship abducted in 1968.

Families of South Koreans abducted by the North are expressing their frustration and 30 years’ sorrow to North Korea. Continue reading at The Dong-A Ilbo.