일본군 위안부 문제를 다루는 영작문 입니다.
One of the poignant and mortified events in South Korean history is comfort women. Comfort women were women and girls forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Army during World War II. Tens of thousands of “comfort women” in South Korea were forced into prostitution at military brothels. Now, less than 100 Korean comfort women are still alive. They still never give up protesting against Japan’s responsibility of compensation and apology for physical and mental damage. It is of course important to support comfort women and to conceptualize the idea of responsibility concerning the issue of historical injustice.