Inside the Audi car salvaged from the sea off Songgok Port, Sinji-myeon, Wando-gun, Jeollanam-do, the passengers estimated to be three members of the family of Jo Yuna (10) were identified.

Today (29th), according to the Gwangju Police Agency and Wando Maritime Police Station, the police searched the inside of the car that had been salvaged around 12:20 pm today and confirmed the three occupants.

The police suspect that they were Joyang and her parents, who left Gwangju last month and lost contact in the Songgok Port area, saying they would live for a month on Jeju Island.

We plan to verify your identity through fingerprint verification and analysis of valuables.

These three were said to be non-living.

It will be moved to the Gwangju area mortuary, not the nearest hospital emergency room.

A passenger car with the same license plate, model and year model as that of the Yang family was found overturned in the water about 80 meters from the breakwater in Songgok Port yesterday afternoon.

The parents of both Jo and Yang submitted an application to leave for experiential learning on Jeju Island from the 19th of last month to the 15th of this month, but the school reported it to the police on the 22nd when the child did not go to school even after the experiential learning period.

The police found the car of Yang's family in the sea off Songgok Port on the afternoon of yesterday, six days after the report.

(Photo = Yonhap News)