South Korean President Moon Jae-in said at a press conference that a South Korean court ordered the Japanese government to compensate for the comfort women issue, saying, "We will discuss with Japan to find a solution that victims can agree on. He expressed his desire to find a solution in diplomacy.

South Korean President Moon Jae-in held a press conference at the beginning of the year on the morning of the 18th.

In this context, on the 8th of this month, the district court in Seoul ordered the Japanese government to compensate the women of the former comfort women over the comfort women issue, in order to resolve other concerns between the two countries. "It's true that I'm a little confused," he said, as he was trying hard.

He emphasized that the 2015 Japan-Korea agreement on the comfort women issue is an official agreement between the governments. "On that basis, Japan should find a solution that the victims of this ruling can agree on. We will discuss with you, "he said, and expressed his intention to seek a solution through diplomacy.

Also, regarding the trial in South Korea over "recruitment" during the Pacific War, it is "desirable for bilateral relations" that the assets of Japanese companies are "cashed" in the form of compulsory execution. Before such a stage The priority is to find a diplomatic solution. "

However, I did not mention specific measures for any of the issues.