In March 1991, five young boys ventured into the Western outskirts of Daegu in South Korea, to catch frogs in the streams of Mount Waryong. The boys were never to return home and a national search was ordered by President Roh Tae-woo, who sent thousands of police and military troops into the Dalseo District to locate the missing children. Despite a thorough investigation, nothing was found which might indicate what happened to the boys and the parents were left wondering what became of their sons. It would be over 11 years later, in September 2002, when the fate of the young boys was revealed, but it left even more questions than answers in a case that has baffled South Korean authorities.
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