A Dream Cut Short

S. Korea Woman Killed Hoped To Study Nursing

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Posted: January 10, 2014

Hyeongsoon Kang (center) and her husband, Youngche Ki (back center), grieve with members of the Eastern Mennonite University community at a memorial for their daughter, Doyeon Ki, on Thursday. Ki, who was set to enroll in classes at EMU as a foreign exchange student from South Korea, died last week after being hit by multiple vehicles while walking along Va. 42. (Photos by Jason Lenhart / DN-R)
Flowers are placed around a memorial cross and photograph of Doyeon Ki.
Philip Yoder, an Eastern Mennonite University student touched by the death of would-be Korean exchange student Doyeon Ki, plants a memorial cross along Va. 42 on Thursday near where Ki was hit and killed on Jan. 1. EMU President Loren Swartzendruber (third from left) was in attendance, along with Ki’s mother, Hyeongsoon Kang (third from right), and her father, Youngche Ki (right).

HARRISONBURG — A community of outsiders can comfort a mother to know that her daughter was in the right place to pursue her dream, even if that quest barely begins.

Hyeongsoon Kang and her...



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