BUSAN, SOUTH KOREA – A statue symbolizing forced Korean workers taken to Japan during its colonial rule may be erected Tuesday in front of the Japanese Consulate General in Busan, South Korea’s second-largest city.
The Japanese government has told Seoul that it is opposed to such moves, and the South Korean government has called on the labor group that has organized the plan to exercise restraint.
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