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Song Seung-heon, Park Hwi-soon and others pray for the missing

2014/04/16 | Permalink | Source

Actors are mourning for those missing in the sinking ship.

Actor Song Seung-heon said on Twitter, "I am watching the news and praying with my heart but it's so devastating. I mourn for the sinking of the ship and I pray the missing victims are all safe".

Park Hwi-soon tweeted, "I hope everyone is safe! All your families are worried and I am so heartbroken. I wish for a miracle!". Comedian Jung Jong-chul Tweeted, "It's a sad day. I hope for a miracle".

2PM's Joon Kei said, "I hope everyone is rescued safe and sound". Super Junior Ryeo-wook said, "I hear tragic news the first thing I get to Korea. Rest in peace and I hope everyone is rescued quickly".

Meanwhile, a passenger ferry called Sewol sank in the waters of Jindo on the 16th around 8:58AM. The coastal guards and marines have been carrying out rescue missions but no other survivors have been found yet.

Source : news.sportsseoul.com/...

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