The Embassy of South Korea put out an ad in Monday’s Népszava, offering a reward.
The same ad, in which the family of the victim offers a reward of one million forints (€2.9 thousand) for a clue that could finally lead them to their missing relative, already appeared in a September issue of Népszava, reported hvg.hu.
Viking Sigyn collided with Hableány last May, causing the smaller ship to sink. There were 33 South Korean tourists and two Hungarians on board, seven out of them were rescued from the water, but the others passed away, and they are still searching for the body of the victim in the ad. Read more about the tragic events HERE.