(translation from English to Chinese)
From Kent Gilbert in Japan:
There Were Vietnamese Comfort Women for the Korean Troops!
A scoop article was published in the Shukan Bunshun magazine which went on sale today (April 2, Spring Special Bumper Issue) with the headline:
"There Were Vietnamese Comfort Women for the Korean Troops!"
Beginning in 2013, TBS Television Washington Bureau Chief Noriyuki Yamaguchi obtained an enormous number of official documents from the Vietnam War era and preserved by the United States National Archives and Records Administration, and made a thorough study of their contents.
In the summer of 2014 he found an official document (criminal record) which detailed the fact that the Korean Army utilized Vietnamese women to work in a comfort woman facility in
Saigon exclusively for Korean troops.
He then interviewed former
marine officers who had knowledge of the situation at the time, for substantiation visited the actual site and conducted interviews, and today released this scoop. U. S.
How the Korean government handles this disclosure will no doubt be closely watched.