Korean Comfort Women: Healing of the Seoul

78 years after the last bomb was dropped, one of the few lingering reminders of the horrors and atrocities that occurred during World War 2 is Korean Comfort Women. “Korean Comfort Women”, a term coined for the estimated 20,000 to 200,000 woman and girls predominantly from Korea, that were trafficked and forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese military during World War 2. The woman and girls were often brutalized as they serviced dozens of Japanese soldiers on a daily basis in military brothels known as “comfort houses” throughout Japanese…

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