People walk past flowers and a makeshift shrine in Seoul commemorating North Korean defector Han Seong-ok and her 6-year-old son, who were found dead in late July. Evidence suggesting they may have starved to death has ignited a controversy over government policies toward defectors.

People walk past flowers and a makeshift shrine in Seoul commemorating North Korean defector Han Seong-ok and her 6-year-old son, who were found dead in late July. Evidence suggesting they may have starved to death has ignited a controversy over government policies toward defectors.