‘Comfort Woman’ Statue Reinstated Near Japan Consulate in South Korea – New York Times


New York Times
‘Comfort Woman’ Statue Reinstated Near Japan Consulate in South Korea
New York Times
SEOUL, South Korea — Bowing to public pressure, an official in South Korea’s second-largest city said on Friday that activists could put up a statue representing Korean women forced into sexual slavery by Japan during World War II, a year after the
‘Comfort women’ statue installed near Japanese consulate in BusanThe Japan Times
‘Comfort women’ statue outside Japan consulate forcibly removedAsahi Shimbun
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