About Us

The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan (Korean Council) will work towards just resolution of the issue and prevention of wartime sexual violence.

The Korean Council takes actions for:

1) resolution of the Japanese military sexual slavery issue, which was revealed by Kim Hak-soon’s courageous testimony on August 14th, 1991
2) realization of the message of the victims to restore their dignity and human rights and to achieve a peaceful world.

Survivor Gil Won-ok said, “Our children should live in a peaceful world.” Another survivor Song Shin-do said, “There should be no more war. I may have lost the trial, but my mind did not,” stating herself as the living evidence of history with confidence. Building on their courage, we will work towards educating the history of the Japanese military sexual slavery to future generation, caring women and children suffering from war, and achieving true peace and human rights for all.

Furthermore, we will strive for restoration of victims’ dignity and human rights, remembrance of the Japanese military sexual slavery issue, and prevention of wartime sexual violence through just resolution of the issue. Just resolution of the issue includes acknowledgment of war crimes, formal apology and legal reparation, investigation of truth, and punishment of the perpetrators. We will educate the future generation to remember the issue of Japanese military sexual slavery through history education and commemoration projects and to contribute to prevention of sexual violence in conflict.

The Korean Council for Justice and Remembrance for the Issues of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan will continue to work for just resolution of the Japanese military sexual slavery issue and achievement of a peaceful world.

Contact Us

Address : 12, World Cup buk-ro 11-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Tel : +82-2-365-4016

Fax : +82-2-365-4017

E-mail : war_women@naver.com

Donation : papal > war_women@naver.com


 

※ Since the parking lot is small, we kindly ask you to use public transportations.

By Bus

  • Take green bus number 7711, 7016, or 7737 ▶ Get off at Gyeongseong High School Intersection and War & Women’s Human Rights Museum station

By Subway

  • Exit number 2 at Hongik University station on Line Number 2 ▶ Take green bus number 6 ▶ Get off at War & Women’s Human Rights Museum station