New defector testimony alleging that the Cheonan sinking of March 26th, 2010 was indeed caused by a torpedo fired from a North Korean submarine upon the..
Despite the fact that a combined group of civilian and military, domestic and foreign investigators agreed that the Cheonan was sunk by a North Korean torpedo, a new survey..
“The Cheonan 47”, a memorial to the 46 sailors and one navy diver who died as a result of North Korea’s torpedo attack on the Cheonan on March 26th, 2010 has been establish..
On March 26, 2010 at a location around 2.5km south of Baekryeong Island, the Cheonan, which was on guard duty at the time, suddenly broke into two pieces and sank along with..
“Spring Never Comes in the North”, a new exhibition of images related to North Korean human rights is on now in a gallery space under a bridge across Cheongyecheon, a stream..
The Cheonan Memory Committee and the Seoul area chapter of the Youth Committee of the National Unification Advisory Council took a group to Daejeon National Cemetery on..
The Cheonan Memory Committee, an organization consisting of seven South Korean student NGOs dedicated to memorializing the March 26th, 2010 sinking of the Cheonan, has re..
A number of university student organizations working for North Korean human rights launched the “1st Anniversary Memorial to the Victims of the Cheonan” today to commemorate..