Shinhwa’s Kim Dong-wan gives 100K to wartime sex slaves

December 14, 2015
Kim Dong-wan of the South Korean boy band Shinhwa. (Yonhap)

Kim Dong-wan of the South Korean boy band Shinhwa. (Yonhap)

Kim Dong-wan, 36, a member of first generation K-pop band Shinhwa, has been helping Korean victims of the Japanese military’s sexual enslavement of women, Star News reported Monday.

The entertainment news outlet cited Nanoom House (House of Sharing), a house for living comfort women in Gwangju, Gyeonggi Province, as saying the singer donated 40 million won (about $34,000) on Monday.

Kim donated 30 million won to the house in 2013 and another 30 million won last year.

Kim said he decided to donate money when he learned that a Korean survivor of sexual slavery during World War Ⅱ had died at the beginning of the month.

He also wants part of the money to go toward a memorial hall for the victims.

Only 46 Koreans are left of 238 victims registered with the government.

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