Caption:Schoolchildren tie yellow ribbons symbolising hope for the safe return of missing passengers on the 'Sewol' ferry onto the roadside of a main gate at Danwon high school on April 24, 2014. The body of a high school student who made the first distress call from a sinking South Korean ferry was recovered from the submerged vessel on April 24, news reports said. AFP PHOTO/ KIM DOO-HO (Photo credit should read KIM DOO-HO/AFP/Getty Images)
Caption:Schoolchildren tie yellow ribbons symbolising hope for the safe return of missing passengers on the 'Sewol' ferry onto the roadside of a main gate at Danwon high school on April 24, 2014. The body of a high school student who made the first distress call from a sinking South Korean ferry was recovered from the submerged vessel on April 24, news reports said. AFP PHOTO/ KIM DOO-HO (Photo credit should read KIM DOO-HO/AFP/Getty Images)

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Danwon High School reopened for the first time since hundreds of classmates went down in a South Korean passenger ferry.

School hit by ferry tragedy reopens

Danwon High School reopened for the first time since hundreds of classmates went down in a South Korean passenger ferry.