A carriage that was in need of repair after a baby fell from it has been restored to life, thanks to a team of volunteers.
The carriage broke down and caught fire on July 28, 2015, when the child was born at the Kwanghwamun hospital in Yongsan City.
The child was taken to a local hospital for treatment, but was declared dead.
The parents and the child’s grandmother were not able to make the trip due to travel restrictions.
On July 29, the carriage was found abandoned and abandoned in a field by a farmer who had lost his livelihood due to the storm.
A team of people who helped the farm owner found the carriage and decided to bring it back to life.
The team of four volunteers, who included two nurses and two gardeners, cleaned and re-cleaned the carriage before restoring it to its former glory.
They also gave the carriage a new name and restored it to a baby, which the family is now calling ‘Chunni’.
Chunna was born on June 23, and has been in the care of the Kwaengwumul family for about three years.
They are from a farming family and work at the hospital.
“We have always loved the carriage, and it was our main source of income,” said Chunni’s grandmother.
“We decided to save it and put it on display to show that there are still some people left in our country.”
The carriage has now been displayed at the local zoo, where visitors can watch the young girl as she takes a break and gets to know other babies and young children.
“I think it is a great reminder of what life can be like in this country and how beautiful it is,” said one visitor, who also wished to remain anonymous.