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Seminar on Forced Labor and ‘Comfort Women’ Issues Upload Date 2022-04-05 Hits 2218
On April 5, 2022, Center for Japanese Studies of the Institute of Foreign Affairs and National Security (IFANS) of the Korea National Diplomatic Academy (KNDA) held a seminar on the topic of “Ways to Resolve the Force Labor and ‘Comfort Women’ Issues.” It was a closed-door meeting that brought together many renowned experts and scholars to explore practical ways to resolve the row over wartime forced labor and ‘Comfort Women.’
 


Participants discussed and laid out some specific measures the incoming Yoon Suk-yeol administration could take to address the issues associated with wartime history.

 
 

The list of participants includes: Professor KIM Hyun-Chul, Director of Center for Japanese Studies at Seoul National University; Professor NAM Kijeong of the Institute for Japanese Studies at Seoul National University; Dr. PARK Myung hee of National Assembly Research Service; Former Korean Ambassador to Croatia SEO Hyung-won; Former Consul General of the Republic of Korea in Osaka OH Tae-Gyu; Professor LEE Na Young of Chung-ang University; Professor LEE Won-deok of Kookmin University; Research Fellow JUNG Miae at the Sejong Institute; Dr. JUNG Hye-kyung of Wartime Forced Labor and Peace Research Association; Secretary-General CHO Yong-rae of the Korea-Japan Parliamentarians' Union; Dr. CHO Yoon soo of Northeast Asian History Foundation; Dr. JIN Chang Soo, Director of the center for Japan Studies at the Sejong Institute; CHOI Bong Tae, Attorney at SAMIL LAW, P.C., ; Professor JO Yanghyeon, Head of Center for Japanese Studies (IFANS); Counsel KIM Won-jin for Center for Japanese Studies (IFANS); Professor PARK Yong Min (KNDA); Professor KIM Chang-sik (KNDA); Research Professor YOON Suk-jung (IFANS); and Researchers KIM Mi Jung, and CHO Ahra (IFANS).
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