SEOUL – Statues symbolizing “comfort women” were installed on five buses in Seoul on Monday, giving passengers a constant reminder of the thorny issue between the Asian neighbors.
The buses with the statues — symbolizing the mostly Asian women who were forced to provide sex at Japanese military brothels before and during World War II — will run through the South Korean capital until the end of September.
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