As I've gone through magazines from 1975, I've come across more photos and information about the refugees. I've also been contacted by a number of refugees who have been happy to share their stories and photos with me. Below are a some of the photos I've come across in the media.
These are from the Korean government history site, www.ehistory.go.kr:
One of the LSTs arrives in Busan May 13. From here.
Refugees from the Twin Dragon, a cargo ship which picked up refugees and arrived in Busan May 23, arriving at the Refugee camp in Busan. From here.
The following photos are from the Weekly Joongang, May 25, 1975, page 27:
A Korean husband and Vietnamese wife reunite at the camp.
A store and post office at the camp.
A Korean-Vietnamese child tries on a hanbok.
The following photos are from the Weekly Kyonghyang, May 25, 1975, pages 3-4, 18-21.
Disembarking. Note the camera.
At right, children aboard a bus taking them to the camp.
A sleeping area.
Children so happy while riding on tricycles that "the smell of gunpowder and the sadness of losing their country cannot be found."
The caption says this is the only Vietnamese man, Korean woman couple.
I'm sure more photos will turn up, and hopefully before too long I can share some of the refugees' stories.