Revising the Comfort Women Agreement : Not a Good Idea

My name is Daniel. I was an English teacher in Seoul, South Korea, and am now a writer who has
published three books including South Korea: Our Story by Daniel Nardini.
                              The Comfort Women Agreement, signed between South Korea and Japan in
2015, is overall a good agreement. It may be far from perfect, but it is a first step to try and help those
women who had been victimized by the former Japanese Empire 72 years ago. Yet it seems that the
Korean political left is ready to completely undermine and tear up this agreement. Here is an
important statistic. Sixty-one percent of all Japanese polled like the agreement made with South Korea
in 2015.  From what I am seeing, anything that completely breaks this agreement will not only not 
result in any better agreement between Japan and South Korea, but will lead to the worsening of
relations between the two countries. But I am afraid that is what the Korean left wants. They want to
renegotiate a treaty so bad and so against Japan that Japan will not agree to it. This should come as
no surprise because the Korean political left thoroughly hates and despises Japan and everything 
Japanese. At the same time the Korean left is not looking at a modern issue of North Korean
women being used as sex slaves in China by the Chinese criminal triads. This slave trade is all
too real, and is taking place now. North Korean women are being sold as slaves to work in
Chinese brothels or are being forced to marry Chinese men because China’s one child policy
has meant that baby girls were aborted or were killed at birth. Hence, there are more Chinese
men than women, and this imbalance means Chinese men cannot find women to marry and
carry on the family name.  But then this form of modern sex slavery does not seem to count
with the Korean political left.