Korean ‘Comfort Women’ Wait For Justice
During World War II, the Japanese army forced about 200,000 women to be sex slaves. They were euphemistically called ‘comfort women.' Yi Okseon, a Korean, was kidnapped when she was 15. She was held as a sex slave for three years. Yi Okseon spoke with Jonathan Groubert from the Radio Netherland’s Worldwide program “The State We’re In."