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Comfort Women Wednesday Protest in Seoul

By Courtesy of Joseph L. Choe
Every Wednesday since 1992, South Koreans have held a protest in front of the Japanese embassy in the capital, Seoul, to demand the Japanese government apologize to and compensate victims of sexual slavery in Imperial Japan, known as comfort women.
Every Wednesday since 1992, South Koreans have held a protest in front of the Japanese embassy in the capital, Seoul, to demand the Japanese government apologize to and compensate victims of sexual slavery in Imperial Japan, known as comfort women.

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