This Dutch language video says about itself (translated):
January 12 2017
Sometimes they were raped 20 times a day, 200 thousand Korean “comfort women” who were brought to Japan between 1910 and 1945 to sexually serve soldiers. This statue in Busan symbolizes the drama. But as [the governments of] South Korea and Japan want to bury the hatchet, the government threatens to dismantle the statue. Hans Aarsman about the protest which that decision causes.
SOUTH KOREA OVERTURNS ABORTION BAN South Korea’s top court ruled that the country’s highly restrictive abortion law is unconstitutional and set a deadline for officials to lift the ban by next year, nearly 70 years after it was enacted. The law bans most abortions except in the cases of rape, incest and the life of the mother. [HuffPost]