South Korean workers began returning from a jointly run industrial park in North Korea after Seoul announced a complete withdrawal following months of military tensions.
South Korean vehicles drive past a barricade on the road leading to the Kaesong complex on Friday.
The move plunges into doubt the future of the Kaesong complex -- once a rare symbol of cooperation across the world's most heavily militarised border, and a crucial source of hard currency for Kim Jong-Un's isolated regime.
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