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Kim Hak-Soon stands in front of Us Again

On August 14, 1991, an office in Jonggak was crowded with reporters. In a cramped space of less than 10 square meters, Grandma Hak-soon KIM told her own story, at times with bluntness and at times passionately.
On the spot, the crime against humanity so-called ‘comfort women’ revealed a concrete picture through ‘testimony’.
The subsequent international solidarity, the conviction in an international court against the perpetrator Japan, and several “discourses” published by Japan. The beginning of everything that brought about change was the speech on August 14, 1991.

This documentary tries to look back at their stories 30 years after their first testimony. While Japan's apology and reparations have not yet been made at the governmental level and even the momentum of the 'comfort women' movement itself has waned. we will look at the past of the early 'comfort women' movement and explore the 'future' to move forward based on this.

  • Jung Hwan Park
  • Seung Hyun Ghim
  • Yee Lang Jung
  • YungSik Park
  • Bumsu Jeong
  • Jae Sung Lim
  • Yong Hwan Park
  • Sung Heoi Song
  • Jae Sang Oh
  • Seung Woo Gang
  • Seung Soon Yoo
  • Sung Il Shin
  • Sung Jun Hong
  • Hyun Jin Lee
  • KBS Media Tech.
  • Won Ki Kang
    Music Director
  • Joo Yeon Lee
    Sound Effects
  • Chang Yeol Heo
    Sound Editor
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Kim Hak-Soon Dasi Uri Ape Seoda
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Feature, Television
  • Genres:
    comfort women victims, Japanese Military Sexual Slavery
  • Runtime:
    49 minutes 28 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    August 13, 2021
  • Country of Origin:
    Korea, Republic of
  • Country of Filming:
    Korea, Republic of
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Distribution Information
  • KBS Media
    Sales Agent
    Country: Worldwide
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Jung Hwan Park, Seung Hyun Ghim

He joined KBS in 2015 and has directed a talk show <Feast on the Road> showing stories of the socially disadvantaged and an investigative journalism <Straight on Current Affairs>. Highly interested in producing TV documentaries that meet the understandings of the viewers who are familiar with interactive media.
The representative work is <Virtual currency, there is no tomorrow> episode which shed light on the bright and dark side of virtual currency investment by actually investing on virtual currency himself.

- Grand Prize Winner of the 30th Korean Producers & Directors’ Association ‘Korea Producer Award’ in 2018, ‘Documents of KBS strike’
- Winner of the 46th Korea Broadcasting Awards in Living Information category in 2019, ‘Don’t wanna go to the work’

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