It's day 74 in the search for those missing in the sunken Sewol-ho ferry
And after two days of search
rescue officials announced earlier on this Saturday that no new bodies have been recovered.
Eleven people are still unaccounted for.
The confirmed death toll stands at 293.
Meanwhile, Korea's re-instated Prime Minister Chung Hong-won visited the group memorial altar in the city of Ansan, Saturday to pay his respects to the victims of the disaster.
He promised the victims' families that the tragedy would never be forgotten.
The Sewol-ho ferry was carrying 467 passengers to Korea's southern resort island of Jeju when it sank on April 16th.