Statues of Korean Comfort Women Highlight World War II Sexual Slavery

In Seoul, the Donga Traffic Service has recently installed a series of statues dedicated to Korean victims of sexual slavery during World War II. During the conflict, thousands of women across Asia were forced to work as "comfort women", providing sex in brothels to Japanese soldiers. Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon rode with one of the statues to highlight the importance of public attention to the issue. To read more follow this link.