Female Indie Singers Release Album to Support 'Comfort Women'

      August 30, 2012 08:27

      Fifteen groups of female indie singers who often perform in Seoul's Hongik University area released a compilation album on Tuesday for Korean victims of forced sexual slavery by the Japanese Army during World War II.

      It contains 16 songs of various genres, written under the theme of consoling the victims.

      The singers held three concerts in April to raise funds for the album, the proceeds of which will be used to support them.

      Song Eun-ji, who led the project, said, "Through music, we wanted to console and communicate with the victims, as well as with other women who are exposed to domestic or any other form of violence."

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