The number of Japanese "comfort women" during WWII is estimated to be between 80,000 and 200,000. These women were from Korea, China, Taiwan, the Philippines, the Netherlands, Indonesia, and elsewhere. Their experience as "comfort women" left physical and mental trauma in their lives. Decades have passed, but the Japanese government never issued an apology. The survivors are demanding the Japanese government's sincere official apology and compensation, and seeking justice.