Did Korea encourage sex work at US bases?

BBC reports the "comfort women" of the U.S. Army.
More than 120 former prostitutes, who are ageing and poor, are suing not the American authorities but their own government, demanding compensation of $10,000 (£6,360) each. Their argument is that the South Korean government facilitated their work in order to keep American forces happy.

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