The issue of the former civilian workers from the Korean peninsula has
made the relationship between
| However, in October 2018, the Grand Court of Korea ordered Japanese company to pay for damages that they were forced to work by Japanese companies during the war.
Readers of this content will think that there is a problem with the 1965 Claim Agreement.
In fact, at the time of the Roh Moo-hyun administration in 2005, a
committee was set up, and tens of thousands of pages of the agreement materials
were investigated over a period of seven months.
The article appeared to have been inconvenient to the Moon Jae-in administration and was removed that day.
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The court accepted the request for disclosure of the Claim Agreement documents by the civilian workers, and the Claim Agreement documents, which had been closed for 40 years, were released.
In January 2005, the Roh Moo-hyun administration launched a civil-government joint committee to gather government officials such as the prime minister and ministers and experts from various fields in order to prevent confusion.
President Moon Jae-in was the member of the Committee.
One of the issues was "does the individual's claim right disappear in the negotiations between states?"
The announcement of the committee's examination results made it clear that the issue of the compensation for the civilian workers problem was over.
However, in May 2012, the
A situation has arisen where the judiciary and the administrative government