South Korean supporters of former 'comfort women' gather in front of the statue symbolizing a wartime sex slaves at the weekly rally against the Japanese government, near the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: EPA South Korean supporters of former 'comfort women' gather in front of the statue symbolizing a wartime sex slaves at the weekly rally against the Japanese government, near the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: EPA
South Korean supporters of former 'comfort women' gather in front of the statue symbolizing a wartime sex slaves at the weekly rally against the Japanese government, near the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: EPA

Japan’s Conservatives warn ‘comfort women’ issue to be reopened by Seoul’s Moon Jae-in

Topic |   Legacy of war in Asia
South Korean supporters of former 'comfort women' gather in front of the statue symbolizing a wartime sex slaves at the weekly rally against the Japanese government, near the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: EPA South Korean supporters of former 'comfort women' gather in front of the statue symbolizing a wartime sex slaves at the weekly rally against the Japanese government, near the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: EPA
South Korean supporters of former 'comfort women' gather in front of the statue symbolizing a wartime sex slaves at the weekly rally against the Japanese government, near the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea. Photo: EPA
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