During the war, the Korean people were Japanese citizens, and were willing and able participants in the Japanese Empire
South Korea at the time, position is exactly the same as Austria It is after the war that they decided that they were victims, and switched roles. were these women indeed slaves? First of all, as distasteful as it may seem, it was common in both Japan and Korea pre war to sell daughters into prostitution. For poor families with too many mouths to feed, this was the only option. As far as the comfort women were concerned, they were paid. The recruiters were all ethnic Koreans. The Korean government itself continued the Comfort Women system post war for US troops. In any case, Koreans continued the system after the world warII. And today, Koreans are the greatest human traffickers in the United States. If the Korean people in the United States are serious about combatting prostitution, why do they not cooperate with the FBI and stop the traffickers from their own community? In any case, Japan has paid extensive reparations to Korea. At the time of payment, these funds were to settle all claims, including the Comfort Women issue. And Japan has apologized, endlessly. The thing about most Koreans is, they did not resist the Japanese annexation of their country. Most Koreans embraced it And this is their shame today. And this is their shame today. And this is their shame today.
South Korea at the time, position is exactly the same as Austria
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