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It is not so difficult to find the news on sexual violence against women. In media, women are portrayed as poor victims too weak to defend themselves and warned not to go out alone at night. In reaction to this, a group of women decides to exercise and learn self-defense to escape from a dangerous situation. What does it mean to live as a Korean woman who may die if she does not succeed in saving herself or may be at risk for being blamed for the attack even if she survives? We would like to express our most sincere condolences to the victims of violence against women.
LEE Young-rimLEE Young-rim
Not a strong, but a woman who has become strong. Wants to be loved, not murdered.