Pyongyang, August 31 (KCNA) — Three South Korean women made public an open letter to the present chief executive of South Korea in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul on August 26, said the Japanese Mainichi Shimbun on August 27.
They were once drafted and forced to serve the Japanese imperialist aggression troops as “comfort women” during the Second World War.
In the open letter they said that they could not die before they receive apologies from the Japanese government.
They strongly demanded that the present ruler of South Korea get apologies and reparations for the past crimes from the Japanese government.
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