SEOUL: Search operations resumed Monday for four South Koreans missing in the Himalayas, officials said, amid speculation that the search could take at least a few weeks due to weather conditions. Not good.
Teachers in South Korea's southwestern Chungcheong province remained unaccounted for after a landslide while they were walking at the popular Anopapuna camp in northwest Nepal, including the Nepalese Guide Three people were also missing.
Heavy rainfall and heavy rainfall hampered rescue efforts. The blizzard, which happened at the scene on Sunday, forced officials to suspend the search operation. By Chhouk Bora