The thorough and dangerous effort to find the three missing climbers on Annapurna is over.
Image by KAF courtesy KAF
Photos of the three Korean mountaineers in a KTM temple.
courtesy Kyu Dam Lee, SOURCE
Mr Park climbed with Miss Oh (right) in her early Himalaya days. She wrote an open letter when he perished.
courtesy KAF, SOURCE
It's over: search for Korean climbers called off
Posted: Oct 31, 2011 03:00 pm EDT
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(Newsdesk) The thorough and dangerous effort to find the three missing climbers on Annapurna is over. KAF finally called off the rescue operation for Mr. Park and his team at 12:00 on October 28. All rescue team members retreaded to BC three hours later.Photos of the three Korean mountaineers were displayed in a temple in Kathmandu, Nepal. "Even though it is very hard to accept the fact they are dead, it is time to say good bye," wrote ExplorersWeb's correspondent in Korea Kyu-Dam Lee. "Good bye Mr. Park, Good bye Mr, Shin....
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