The head of South Korea’s parliament, who made a controversial statement that Japan’s emperor should make an apology over the “comfort women” issue, will visit Tokyo next month.
The term “comfort women” refers to women who provided sex, including those who did so against their will, for Japanese troops before and during World War II
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