Arrested Yoo Hyuk-kee ends mysterious escape route

Yoo Hyuk-kee, 48, was arrested on July 22 at his home in Westchester County, New York City, when the United States met extradition requests from South Korea, especially the Sewol ferry, weighing 6,825 tons and  carrying 476 passengers.  Guest overturned.  A total of 172 people were rescued, 269 people were killed and 25 missing.
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   The arrest ended Yoo's mysterious escape journey and the long search of the investigation force for the character's whereabouts.
Yoo Hyuk-kee

   Prosecutors said the rampant embezzlement of the Yoo family prevented conditions and facilities on the Sewol ferry from meeting safety standards, causing the ferry sinking disaster to damage the country.

   Yoo Hyuk-kee, also known in English as Keith Yoo, is the son of Yoo Byung-eun.  His family controls Chonghaejin Marine Company, which operates Sewol.

   The overloaded ferry capsized over South Korea's southwest tip in April 2014 became the worst national disaster in centuries.