London: Demonstrators demand justice for 'Comfort Women' outside Korean EmbassyNews London, United Kingdom - 06 January 2016
Protesters rallied outside the Korean Embassy in London on January 6, 2016, in a show of support for 'comfort women'.
'Comfort women' as they were called, were primarily Korean women who were forced into prostitution by the Japanese military during World War Two.
The demonstrators gathered today to oppose a deal that was reached between Japan and South Korea on December 28. They claim the deal was reached without consulting the remaining survivors of the abuse.