Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon, right, and Democratic Party of Korea head Rep. Choo Mi-ae, left, attend a weekly rally for former sex slaves in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, Wednesday, marking the one-year anniversary of the agreement between the Korean and Japanese governments over Japan's wartime sex slavery. Photo: Yonhap Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon, right, and Democratic Party of Korea head Rep. Choo Mi-ae, left, attend a weekly rally for former sex slaves in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, Wednesday, marking the one-year anniversary of the agreement between the Korean and Japanese governments over Japan's wartime sex slavery. Photo: Yonhap
Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon, right, and Democratic Party of Korea head Rep. Choo Mi-ae, left, attend a weekly rally for former sex slaves in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, Wednesday, marking the one-year anniversary of the agreement between the Korean and Japanese governments over Japan's wartime sex slavery. Photo: Yonhap
Korea Times

South Korean ‘comfort women’ continue to fight sex slavery accord with Japan

‘We are not fighting because we need money, but for Japan’s apology’

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Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon, right, and Democratic Party of Korea head Rep. Choo Mi-ae, left, attend a weekly rally for former sex slaves in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, Wednesday, marking the one-year anniversary of the agreement between the Korean and Japanese governments over Japan's wartime sex slavery. Photo: Yonhap Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon, right, and Democratic Party of Korea head Rep. Choo Mi-ae, left, attend a weekly rally for former sex slaves in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, Wednesday, marking the one-year anniversary of the agreement between the Korean and Japanese governments over Japan's wartime sex slavery. Photo: Yonhap
Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon, right, and Democratic Party of Korea head Rep. Choo Mi-ae, left, attend a weekly rally for former sex slaves in front of the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, Wednesday, marking the one-year anniversary of the agreement between the Korean and Japanese governments over Japan's wartime sex slavery. Photo: Yonhap
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