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A mortuary tablet for a victim of imperial Japan's forced labor is enshrined on Wednesday in the history hall for forced laborers in Busan. Tablets for 135 forced laborers who could not return to Korea were enshrined on Wednesday. [NEWS1]

A mortuary tablet for a victim of imperial Japan's forced labor is enshrined on Wednesday in the history hall for forced laborers in Busan. Tablets for 135 forced laborers who could not return to Korea were enshrined on Wednesday. [NEWS1]

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