The National Assembly’s special committee on ethics Thursday introduced a proposal to take disciplinary action against three lawmakers accused of misconduct — Reps. Yoon Mee-hyang, Lee Sang-jik and Park Duk-hyum.
Rep. Yoon Mee-hyang — a former lawmaker of the ruling Democratic party (DP) who previously headed the Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan — embezzled more than 100 million...
Rep. Yoon Mee-hyang allegedly embezzled money from a group supporting victims of Japan’s wartime sexual slavery to pay for beef ribs, massages and traffic fines, said an opposition lawmaker Tuesday.
The ruling party has withdrawn a controversial bill that strongly punishes any acts defaming victims of Japan’s wartime sexual slavery and civic groups that support them, following fierce protest over the bill from the aged victims.
Rep. Yoon Mee-hyang of the ruling Democratic Party (DP) came under fire after posting a photo on social media of a recent mask-free dinner party, despite the government’s heightened social distancing campaign amid a spike in coronavirus cases.
A senior judge overseeing the criminal case against Rep. Yoon Mee-hyang, the former head of the Korean Council accused of embezzling public donations meant for wartime sexual slavery victims, died suddenly on Tuesday just ahead of the first trial.
The ruling party on Wednesday suspended the party membership of Rep. Yoon Mee-hyang, who became a proportional lawmaker based on her career of supporting survivors of Japan’s wartime sexual slavery, after she was charged with exploiting at least...
Rep. Yoon Mee-hyang of the ruling party, a renowned activist for survivors of Japan's wartime sexual slavery, responded to prosecutors' charges that she exploited one of the survivors by posting several video clips of the woman to her Facebook...
Rep. Yoon Mee-hyang of the ruling party, a renowned activist for survivors of Japan's wartime sexual slavery, was indicted on Monday for misappropriating donations intended to help the victims, commonly known as “comfort women."
Prosecutors for the first time on Thursday interrogated a lawmaker accused of misappropriating donations intended to help survivors of Japan's wartime sexual slavery, commonly known as "comfort women."