Former comfort woman Lee Ok Seon
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Former 'comfort woman': 'I was forced to have sex with many men'

Japan and South Korea have reached a historic deal to settle the issue of "comfort women" forced to work in Japanese brothels during World War Two.

Japan offered an apology and will pay 1bn yen ($8.3m, £5.6m) to a South Korean-administered fund for victims.

Former comfort woman Lee Ok Seon told the BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes about what she was forced to do.

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  • 28 Dec 2015
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