Elementary school children and their parents who left for a month's experience of living in a rural area have gone missing.

Cell phone signals were last caught in Wando, Jeollanam-do at the end of last month.

Reporter Ha Jeong-yeon on the sidewalk.


On the 22nd, a report was received that 10-year-old Jo Yuna, who lives in Nam-gu, Gwangju Metropolitan City, and her parents seem to have gone missing.

The elementary school that Yang attends has sent an official letter to the police.

This is because Yang, who left for a month's experience of living in a rural area with her family, did not come to school even though the date of school had passed.

The experiential learning period that the Cho Yang family submitted to the school was from May 19th to June 15th.

[Gwangju Nambu Police Station official: I went to live in Jeju and the day came, but I didn't go to school and the teacher visited the house from school, but I couldn't figure out the whereabouts, so we told us...


On the 29th of last month, the police secured a CCTV video of the Cho Yang family's vehicle entering Wando.

Two days later, in the vicinity of Sinji-myeon, Wando, Jeollanam-do, the cell phone in the name of the Yang family was turned off, and there has been no response from life so far.

The police issued a missing alert yesterday (24th) in Nam-gu, Gwangju and Wando, Jeollanam-do.

Jo Yu-na is 145 cm tall and weighs 40 kg, and it is unknown what she was wearing at the time of her disappearance due to her long black hair.

The Chao Yang family car is a silver Audi, numbered 03 or 8447.

(Video coverage: Oh Young-chun, Video editing: Won-hee Won)