Image in video released by JTBC television station from the phone of the female student who died in the ferry sinking.

JTBC television station on April 29 announced another video found from the phone of female student Park Yae-sul’s body.

The clip was filmed at 9:37 a.m. on April 16, one hour after the ferry began tilting and about 30-40 minutes after the video of male student Park Su Hyon was previously published by JTBC.

In the video, the children reassure each other, just like the image in the previous video.

`The helicopter is coming!`, `Guys, it has to be like that, because the ship is tilting a lot. How can we adjust it when it’s tilted like that? So that’s right`, `So tired. Please save me.`

Mixed in with the children’s voices was an announcement from the loudspeaker: `Please inform. Please check if the life jacket straps are tied correctly.`

There were a few students who felt dangerous looking out to sea, where people had jumped out and said: `Wow, they jumped into the sea!`.

When a female student burst into tears and said `I miss you mom!`

However, fear does not subside easily.

The video stops at 9 hours, 41 minutes and 28 seconds with the children’s earnest calls: `We are in the hallway`, `Please rescue!`.

At the same time, the captain and crew members climbed out of the boat but no rescuer could reach the children.

Students consoled each other on the Sewol ferry when they saw the rescue helicopter

Students consoled each other on the Sewol ferry when they saw the rescue helicopter

According to TV Daily, after analyzing the videos, it can be confirmed that the children had three opportunities to escape, but all three opportunities were taken away by irresponsible adults.

At 9:07 a.m., the students wearing life jackets thought about jumping out of the boat, but the radio command stopped them.

In this situation, if the rescue helicopter had approached the ferry and ordered passengers to exit the ship, the students would have jumped out, especially those on the right side of the ferry, and would have had a chance to survive.

The exact cause of the Sewol ferry accident is still being investigated.

South Korean President Park Geun-Hye on April 29 apologized to the public for the government’s initial weak response to the ferry sinking that left more than 300 people dead and missing.