On the issue of "recruitment" during the Pacific War, a Korean court took the procedure of "public notice delivery" to publish the documents regarding the seizure of the assets of the defendant Mitsubishi Heavy Industries on the homepage, and the documents will be released at midnight on the 29th I considered it to have arrived on the Japanese side.

In November, the South Korean Supreme Court accused Mitsubishi Heavy Industries of accused of being forced to work hard as a "women's working corps" on the issue of "recruitment" during the Pacific War. I handed down a judgment ordering compensation.

The Japanese government has requested the Korean government to correct the situation of violation of international law, saying that it has been settled based on the 1965 Japan-Korea Claims Agreement, and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has not responded to compensation.

Under these circumstances, in October, a Korean court took the procedure of "public notice delivery" to publish the documents related to the seizure of assets such as trademark rights and patent rights owned by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries in Korea on its website.

Then, two months later, at midnight on the 29th, it was considered that the decision ordering the seizure of assets had arrived at Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.

According to the court, some of the foreclosure documents are considered to have arrived at midnight on the 30th.

As a result, the plaintiffs have advanced the procedure for "cashing", but the Korean media has said that it will take some time before it is actually "cashed" because there are more necessary procedures. I am.

The procedure for "public notice delivery" is also taken in the trial of Nippon Steel.

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries "Immediate appeal"

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries understands that "the issue of claims between Japan and South Korea and its citizens has been" completely and finally resolved "by the Japan-Korea Claims Agreement, making it impossible to make any claims. We plan to make an immediate appeal against the foreclosure order, taking into account the current state of exchanges. "