South Korean president visits families of missing in ferry sinking, says 'my heart breaks'

South Korean President Park Geun-hye has told families of those missing in a sunken ferry that her heart breaks knowing what they are going through, as divers recovered two more bodies from the ship.

Park met Sunday with some 50 relatives in Paengmok port on Jindo, an island near where the ferry sank April 16 with 476 people aboard. The death toll reached 244 with 60 still missing.

Park told relatives: "I've gone through the grief of losing family, so I understand it well." She was referring to the violent deaths of both parents, one of whom was a South Korean dictator. She added, "My heart breaks to think about how you must feel."

Park has previously apologized for the government's inept initial response to the disaster.