The Japanese have started collecting comfort women.
KBS 2TV drama "Bridal Mask" showed the Japanese who are at war with the Chinese, gathering Korean women as comfort women for their Japanese soldiers.
Chairman Ueno Hideki (Jeon Gook-hwan) ordered police general manager Kimura Taro (Cheon Ho-jin) and head of police Murayama Yosioh for preparations to be made for the governor to respond as soon as possible as there was going to be a notice about a need to set up comfort areas for the soldiers.
As negotiations with the governer started Kimura Taro and Murayama Yosioh claimed these comfort zones had to be set up and even the governor agreed to this and ordered 'clean women' to be sent as 'war supplies'.
The governor emphasized, "It must not be let known that the government stepped forward to gather comfort women as Japan is a modern state which signed the international treaty against the dealing of women and children". Kimura Taro and Murayama Yosioh were confident this fact was going to be hidden from the government general or the army. Even if they were caught, there would be evidence.
The Japanese started tricking young women saying they were going to be nurses and made them sign the agreement contracts. They promised a pay of 50 Won a month and got Mok-dan (Jin Se-yeon) and the circus to get in on it as well. When Mok-dan and leader (Son Byeong-ho) realized the truth and stood against them the moment they tried taking everyone, they became violent and even kidnapped Seon-hwa (Son Yeo-eun) who never agreed to go in the first place.
Meanwhile, Kimura Taro told his babysitter who took care of his housework and raised his children from a long time ago, "Don't worry and send her" when she brought her granddaughter in front of him saying she was going to work as a nurse in China.
Viewers anger that although the Bridal Mask saved everyone in the drama, in real life, everyone would have been taken over there.
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