The House of Sharing held the memorial ceremony event for the victims of Japanese military ‘comfort women’ on 1st March, The 100th anniversary of the March 1st Movement.
The memorial altar set up in a front yard of the Museum of Sexual Slavery by Japanese military at the House of Sharing was visited by hundreds of people.
This memorial event proceeded with the incense burning followed by the flower offering, and there were severial performances
Specially a new documentary movie ‘A Long Way Around’ was introduced, which describes over 30 years life of Ok-sun Lee, one of victims of Japanese military ‘comfort women’.
Ok-Sun Lee, forcibly taken to sexual slavery by the Japanese military in China at age 16, finally comes back to her home country 58 years later. Her life begins again at the House of Sharing, where every moment is full of life with other grandmothers.