Seoul – The Japanese and South Korean governments are discussing the idea of setting up a fund to compensate former Korean war workers, South Korean media reported on Wednesday.
The fund would be raised from businesses and individuals in both countries, excluding Japanese companies that are sued in South Korea seeking compensation from Koreans conscripted to work for them during World War II.
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World War II, South Korea-Japan relations