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Title: 韓日慰安婦協議:尚未解決的問題
The ROK-Japan comfort women agreement: an unresolved issue
Authors: 劉柔拿
Liu, Yuna Esther
Contributors: 李明
Lee, Ming
Liu, Yuna Esther
Keywords: 日本
South Korea
Comfort women
Comfort women agreement
Date: 2017
Issue Date: 2017-07-11 12:13:57 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 2015 年年底,⽇本與韓國政府迅速發表有關慰安婦議題的協議。雖然此協
韓國⼈對於⽇本道歉持續不滿的原因。本研究會依循2015 年協議無效,並進⼀
At the end of year 2015, Japanese and South Korean governments
announced a quick agreement over the long-standing issue of “comfort
women.” While the agreement won international praises, it raised sharp
criticisms from the South Korean citizens, the former comfort women and
their supporters. This “final and irreversible” deal was seen as a betrayal
of the victims, leading hundreds of South Korean protesters including
former comfort women out on the street to denounce the deal. The comfort
women issue remained a stubbornly unsolvable issue between the two
countries. For the past decades, South Korean people were never satisfied
with Japan’s past apologies. This thesis aims to study the reasons behind
South Korean people’s constant dissatisfaction towards Japan’s
allegations; to trace the ineffectiveness 2015 agreement; and to reveal the
true purpose behind the agreement. This thesis is based on qualitative
analysis of various scholarly books, journals and reports relevant to the
topic at hand.
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