The only other survivor, Park Jae-kyung, made it back to the North, but Kim Shin-Jo was captured by South Korean forces. He was interrogated for a year by the South Korean authorities before being released. After he became a citizen of South Korea in 1970, his parents were executed and his relatives purged by the North Korean authorities.
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