1. People lighting up candles outside Seoul City Hall in hopes of setting a new Guinness record for creating the largest candlelight image
3. Wide of candlelights
4. Pan from stage to citizens seated on the ground
5. People holding candles
6. Pan of crowd gathered for the candlelight vigil
7. Close of participant
8. Close of paper cup used for holding candles with the words (Korean) "Salvage the Sewol ferry, Reveal the truth"
9. Banner reading (Korean) "The world's saddest challenge" the slogan for the candlelight vigil
10. Wide of the vigil and stage
11. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Jeon Myung-sun, father of Sewol ferry victim Jeon Chan-ho and representative of Sewol ferry victims' families:
"Keeping the promise to conduct thorough investigations to unveil the truth and punish people who are responsible and create a safer community are the tasks of the (victims') families who are left behind. Then as parents who were unable to save our children, we may feel sorry when we meet our loved ones but not ashamed. That will be the task and calling of the families of those who lost their precious lives."
12. Attendants holding candles while watching performance
13. Close of paper cup reading (Korean) "The world's saddest challenge"
14. Close of male participant of the candlelight vigil Reno Kim
15. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Reno Kim, 47, owner of a trade company:
"I came to think that citizens should be outraged. If they keep that indignation to themselves, all the citizens will become ill. They should express (their opinions) and push the government (to do more to carry out people's wishes of unveiling the truth and salvage the ferry), and it feels like that is the only way that could disperse this anger."
16. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Kim Ji-soo, 18, high school student
"Many students who were my age died while trapped in the ferry. Therefore I thought that I must never forget and as a South Korean citizen and student, I thought that such tragedy must be remembered and never repeated."
17. Performers at the candlelight vigil
18. Attendants holding candles seated on the ground
19. Close of participant
20. Medium of participants at the event
21. Candlelights creating the shape of the sunken Sewol ferry
Thousands of South Koreans gathered to try to set a new record for creating the largest candlelight image to commemorate the victims of the sunken ferry Sewol on Friday night.
The attempt came a day after the first anniversary of the incident, which killed over 300 people.
The initial target was to gather 4,160 people but the number eventually reached 4,475.
They stood in the shape of the sunken ferry, and demanded the South Korean government reveal the truth behind the incident, and salvage the sunken ferry to find nine passengers, who are still missing.
Jeon Myung-sun, the father of Jeon Chan-ho, one of the Danwon High School students who died in the incident, resolved to keep urging the South Korean government to punish the people responsible for the disaster.
Other participants also called on the government to do more.
The Sewol ferry sank on April of last year off the southwestern coast of South Korea.
It was en route to Jeju Island, carrying 476 passengers.
A total of 304 people died, including 250 students from Danwon High School in Ansan, who were on their way to their first field trip as high school students.
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