Around Korea, comfort women groups neglected, underfunded 2014/03/01, Source,
The civic group's hall in Busan for comfort women is located on the second floor of an old, run-down building. By Song Bong-geun
BUSAN - Euphemistically known as "comfort women", the Korean women who were forced into sexual enslavement by the Japanese military during World War II have been one of the most talked-about issues in recent weeks. Just last Friday, Tokyo's Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said Japan could revisit the "Kono Statement", the 1993 apology made by the then-Chief Cabinet Secretary Yohei Kono for mobilizing tens of thousands of comfort women,...More
More going online for holiday gifts 2012/01/21, Source,
With the tight economy, practical presents are popular for Lunar New Year
Children in traditional Korean attire make heart shapes yesterday to show their affection to their teachers at a kindergarten in Busan after they bow for their Lunar New Year greetings. Children usually receive cash after bowing, but this year parents are opting for more practical ideas. By Song Bong-geun
An 80-year-old woman, Oh Hee-ki, recently visited a bank and opened an installment savings bank account with 250,000 won ($220) for her 26-year-old granddaughter as a Lunar New Year holiday gift,...More
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