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Going Home in Pohang
입력 2017.11.23 (15:03) 수정 2017.11.23 (16:54) News Today
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[Anchor Lead]

It has been nine days since an earthquake hit the city of Pohang, leaving more than a thousand residents displaced. On Wednesday, some of the displaced residents began to move from shelters to their new homes.

[Pkg]

The roofs of semi-detached houses have collapsed in multiple areas. The destruction shows the power of the earthquake in Pohang. A moving truck arrives at one of the houses, where the 60-year-old Ahn Bun-rye had lived for three decades. After spending eight days at the shelter, Ahn is finally moving to her new home. She tries to find home appliances that she can still use, but few of them have remained intact.

[Soundbite] Ahn Bun-rye(Displaced Resident) : "They told me to get rid of what I don't need. So I'm sorting out my stuff before moving."

Pohang residents who were displaced by the recent earthquake have begun moving to their new homes. Twenty-two of 75 households in semi-detached houses that have been found to be unsuitable to live in have moved to public housing apartments.

[Soundbite] Ahn Bun-rye(Displaced Resident) : "I'm sure everything will be fine as long as I live here. My life will get better."

An inspection has revealed that public housing apartments are safe in times of earthquake. But the city residents still cannot rest assured because of continuous aftershocks.

[Soundbite] Lee Dong-seon(Displaced Resident) : "As you can see, there are crevices all over the place. It's not a safe place to live in."

The government plans to provide more public housing apartments to some 250 displaced households before the weather gets colder.
  • Going Home in Pohang
    • 입력 2017-11-23 14:59:01
    • 수정2017-11-23 16:54:42
    News Today
[Anchor Lead]

It has been nine days since an earthquake hit the city of Pohang, leaving more than a thousand residents displaced. On Wednesday, some of the displaced residents began to move from shelters to their new homes.

[Pkg]

The roofs of semi-detached houses have collapsed in multiple areas. The destruction shows the power of the earthquake in Pohang. A moving truck arrives at one of the houses, where the 60-year-old Ahn Bun-rye had lived for three decades. After spending eight days at the shelter, Ahn is finally moving to her new home. She tries to find home appliances that she can still use, but few of them have remained intact.

[Soundbite] Ahn Bun-rye(Displaced Resident) : "They told me to get rid of what I don't need. So I'm sorting out my stuff before moving."

Pohang residents who were displaced by the recent earthquake have begun moving to their new homes. Twenty-two of 75 households in semi-detached houses that have been found to be unsuitable to live in have moved to public housing apartments.

[Soundbite] Ahn Bun-rye(Displaced Resident) : "I'm sure everything will be fine as long as I live here. My life will get better."

An inspection has revealed that public housing apartments are safe in times of earthquake. But the city residents still cannot rest assured because of continuous aftershocks.

[Soundbite] Lee Dong-seon(Displaced Resident) : "As you can see, there are crevices all over the place. It's not a safe place to live in."

The government plans to provide more public housing apartments to some 250 displaced households before the weather gets colder.
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