The two dolphins were given more training before being released back into the wild.
Many years ago, they were kidnapped and sold to an amusement park, where they were forced to perform. Two Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins, Taesan and Boksoon, were compelled to perform at a South Korean amusement park. Their freedom was restored by the Supreme Court in 2013.
The dolphins could not be freed without relearning survival skills after spending so many years in captivity. They were taken to a training facility where they could re-learn how to be wild.
It was the first step toward the liberation they so richly earned. It is possible to have a happy ending.
Chunsam, Jedol, and Sampal, for example, are dolphins that were earlier released back into the wild after years in captivity. They are finally living their best lives, and one of them was even caught on video swimming with his companions.
Taesan and Boksoon, on the other hand, returned to their native surroundings following their training.