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Exploited victims?: Where did all the 'comfort women' donations go? [VIDEO]


Video by Lee Gyu-lee, Yun Da-been, Lee Min-young, Kim Kang-min

Lee Yong-su, a long-time activist and survivor of Japan's wartime sexual slavery, dropped a bombshell when she decided to speak out against newly-elected lawmaker Yoon Mee-hyang and a civic group she led.

Established in 1990, the Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan has been seeking justice for the survivors, holding weekly rallies and organizing local and overseas events regarding the issue. Yoon was a key figure in the group, joining in 1992 and serving as the head of the organization from 2005 until this year.

Watch the video for Yoon and the group's accusations in the nation-rocking corruption scandal.



Video by Lee Gyu-lee, Yun Da-been, Lee Min-young, Kim Kang-min

Lee Yong-su, a long-time activist and survivor of Japan's wartime sexual slavery, dropped a bombshell when she decided to speak out against newly-elected lawmaker Yoon Mee-hyang and a civic group she led.

Established in 1990, the Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan has been seeking justice for the survivors, holding weekly rallies and organizing local and overseas events regarding the issue. Yoon was a key figure in the group, joining in 1992 and serving as the head of the organization from 2005 until this year.

Watch the video for Yoon and the group's accusations in the nation-rocking corruption scandal.


Lee Gyu-lee gyulee@koreatimes.co.kr
Lee Min-young minlee@koreatimes.co.kr

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