1. Various of third year students of Danwon High School returning to classes for the first time since the ferry disaster that claimed the lives of many of their classmates
2. Sign on building reading (in Korean) "Danwon High School"
3. Hearse carrying body of a student who died arriving at the school
4. Hearse and a bus carrying mourning relatives coming out of school after passing by before heading to cremation
5. Various of undertakers placing a portrait of a victim at the memorial at Ansan Olympic Park stadium
6. Various of people paying respects at memorial
7. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Lee Dong-geun, businessman:
"I am very sad, but at the same time, I also feel resentful and angry. When I entered, I saw faces of those students (who died) and could not fight back my tears. As an adult over 50, I feel extremely sorry for them."
8. SOUNDBITE (Korean) You Jae-myoung, pastor:
"South Korea is in pain, Ansan city is in pain and relatives of victims are in pain. The way we always have, I hope people bring cheer to each other so that everyone can recover."
Students who lost classmates in last week's South Korean ferry disaster went back to school without them for the first time on Thursday, while people streamed into a makeshift memorial nearby to pay their respects to the dead.
The victims of the April 16 disaster are overwhelmingly students of a single high school in Ansan, near Seoul.
At the school on Thursday, students filed to classes past a makeshift shrine of yellow ribbons, flowers and notes left in remembrance of the victims.
A hearse carrying the body of one of the students passed by in a lap of honour on its way to the cremation, followed by a bus carrying mourning relatives.
Divers made their way deeper on Thursday into the submerged wreck as the death toll passed 160 and relatives of the more than 140 still missing pressed the government to finish the grim task of recovery soon.
Meanwhile, visitors lined up at the Ansan Olympic Park, where the temporary memorial altar is located, to express their condolences.
"I am very sad, but at the same time, I also feel resentful and angry," said businessman Lee Dong-geun, after visiting the memorial.
"When I entered, I saw the faces of those students (who died) and could not fight back my tears. As an adult over 50, I feel extremely sorry for them."