From Aug. 7-20, a special circulating exhibition was held in Seoul. It featured the lives of Korean women who were sexually enslaved by the Japanese military during World War II. This exhibition aimed to raise people’s awareness regarding the issue of the Japanese military’s sexual slavery, showing the pictures that these women drew for psychotherapy. As it also aimed to depict these women as ordinary women rather than victims, it also featured countless pictures and videos showing their everyday lives. This exhibition will chronologically take place in Busan from Oct. 4-17, in Daejeon from Oct. 28 to Nov. 10, and even in Germany from Sept. 1-14.
Yejin Hwang Staff Reporter
1. What is this exhibition's goal?
2. Why does the exhibition have pictures and videos showing the women's everyday lives?
3. When will it take place in Busan?
1. Have you visited this exhibition or would like to?
2. Why do you think this exhibition is important?
3. Why do you think it will take place in Germany, too?
4. Do you think this exhibition should take place in other countries, too?