Hundreds of mourners have gathered near the Japanese embassy in South Korean capital, Seoul, for the funeral of a woman forced as a girl into prostitution and sexually enslaved by Japan‘s military in WWII.

The crowd, dressed mostly in black on a bitterly cold Friday morning and holding paper cutouts of yellow butterflies, followed a hearse carrying Kim Bok-dong that stopped in front of a bronze statue of a girl representing the thousands of Asian

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