Picking up the pieces on Yeonpyeong island
In November 2010, out of the blue, North Korea attacked a small South Korean island near to the two countries' disputed sea border.
It was the first time artillery had been used since the Korean War ended in 1953 and two civilians were killed. For weeks it was feared the peninsula was sliding towards a wider conflict.
Those who were evacuated from the island are now returning to pick up the pieces. But how do they feel about their future on the front line of this simmering conflict? Nick Ravenscroft reports from Yeonpyeong island.
28 Mar 2011
- From the section Asia-Pacific