S. Korean Bodies Protest against Japan’s Move to Cover Up Its Past Crimes.

Pyongyang, December 3 (KCNA) — organizations of south Korea held a news conference before the Japanese embassy in Seoul on Nov. 30 to protest against Japan’s black-hearted move to cover up the act of imposing forced labor on Koreans in the past, according to the south Korean online paper Tongil News.

Speakers recalled that the Japanese authorities are not going to build a center to inform the people of the past forced labor at the Hashima Coal Mine.
Noting that Japan has never apologized for the crimes during its colonial rule over Korea, the speakers expressed their will to fight till Japan makes an apology for the crimes.

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