For the first time in 28 years, activists advocating for victims of Japan's wartime sexual slavery through weekly rallies near the Japanese Embassy in central Seoul have been pushed off their usual turf by a conservative group.
As controversy surrounds a civic group dedicated to the cause of Japan's wartime sexual slavery victims, the group's murky financial history has prompted calls to strengthen oversight of nongovernmental organizations (NGOs).
President Moon Jae-in finally spoke on the ongoing controversy related to the Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues on Military Sexual Slavery by Japan and its former head and now ruling party lawmaker...
Police on Tuesday confirmed that an aide to embattled Rep. Yoon Mee-hyang had initially called authorities to the home of the head of a shelter for former comfort women victims who was found dead Saturday after an apparent suicide.
The custodian overseeing a shelter for Japanese wartime sexual slavery survivors in Seoul was found dead in her apartment on Saturday night. Lee Na-young, head of the Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance...
Breaking his silence on the ongoing controversy surrounding a group dedicated to the cause of the victims of Japan's wartime sexual slavery, President Moon Jae-in on Monday called for strengthening the transparency of such civic organizations.
The head of a shelter for Japanese wartime sexual slavery survivors run by a civic group under a prosecution probe was found dead in her apartment in Paju, Gyeonggi, Sunday, said police Sunday.
Rep. Yoon Mee-hyang, who until recently headed the Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan, is acting confidently. She has offered no apology and shows no remorse toward Lee Yong-soo...
An advocacy group for the victims of forced labor and sexual slavery by Japan on Monday buttressed recent allegations that Yoon Mee-hyang, a lawmaker, and her civic group had exploited former "comfort women" survivors for decades.
Yoon Mee-hyang, a ruling party lawmaker-elect who until recently headed an advocacy group for victims of Japan’s wartime sexual slavery, denied allegations that she had misappropriated donations intended to help the survivors.