President Moon “The 30th Anniversary of the Wednesday Rally… Those who have been with us for a long time have worked hard.”

On the afternoon of the 5th, in front of the former Japanese Embassy in Jongno-gu, Seoul, the 1525th regular Wednesday demonstration to solve the issue of Japanese military sexual slavery, which celebrated the 30th anniversary, was held, and participants raised hand signs and shouted slogans urging the Japanese government for an apology and compensation. Reporter Shin So-young [email protected]

President Moon Jae-in expressed his gratitude for the 30th anniversary of the ‘Wednesday Demonstration’ on the 5th, saying, “The people who had the courage to tell the world about the comfort women issue of the Japanese military and who were with us for a long time until the 1525th Wednesday rally, all suffered a lot.” conveyed the meaning.

At the 1200th Wednesday demonstration held on October 14, 2015, Moon Jae-in, then president of the New Politics Alliance for Democracy (front row, right), smiles as he looks at Lee Yong-soo, who was the moderator.  By Lee Jung-ah, staff reporter leej@hani.co.kr

At the 1200th Wednesday demonstration held on October 14, 2015, Moon Jae-in, then president of the New Politics Alliance for Democracy (front row, right), smiles as he looks at Lee Yong-soo, who was the moderator. By Lee Jung-ah, staff reporter [email protected]

President Moon Jae-in’s remarks were made by Park Kyung-mi, spokesman for the Blue House, during a briefing on the afternoon of the same day. The ‘Wednesday Protest’, which started on January 8, 1992 to inform the victims of the victims of the Japanese military’s comfort women, celebrated its 30th anniversary on the 5th. Reporter Lee Wan [email protected]



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