Habitual Sadness: Korean Comfort Women Today (1999) - Rotten Tomatoes

Habitual Sadness: Korean Comfort Women Today (1999)

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Some 200,000 women were captured during WWII, and forced to become sexual slaves by the Japanese. Most were from Korea, and the situation received little or no media attention, as shown in Habitual Sadness: Korean Comfort Women Today. Too ashamed to speak up, and too powerless to expect support, they sought a peaceful life in their own community. As the years passed, they gathered the courage to denounce their tormentors. The program demonstrates their strong feelings for one another as they provide care and assistance for their close-knit group.

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