The local council of a Berlin district has adopted a resolution seeking to permanently install a bronze statue of a girl symbolizing the victims of Japan's wartime sexual slavery — a rejection of Tokyo's repeated attempts to get it removed.
A district office in Berlin walked back its statement demanding that a civic group remove a statue symbolizing Korean victims of Japan’s wartime sexual slavery, saying it could remain on a public street pending a court decision.
Korea voiced criticism Thursday over Japan's call for the removal of a statue erected in Germany of a girl symbolizing Korean victims of wartime sexual slavery, calling it an act that goes against the spirit of its own apology.
Director Hong Sang-soo’s latest film, “The Woman Who Ran,” which received the Silver Bear prize for Best Director at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival in March is scheduled to premiere in local theaters on Sept. 17, its production company..
A movie about the Yeosu-Suncheon Rebellion is in the making and set to be released at the Berlin International Film Festival next February, according to Yeosu city government. “Dongbaek” will tell the story of the Yeosu-Suncheon Rebellion...