Ahn Sehong (b. 1971): The Career of the Director of the Juju Project

Ahn Sehong, renowned professional photographer, was born in Gangwon Province in South Korea in 1971. Ahn has actively been involved in promoting the ‘Korean Comfort Women’ who are still surviving in China since the end of the 1990s in the medium of photographs and demonstrations. His career for its restless campaigns is as follows:

JAPAN
2012 The ‘Juju’ Photograph Exhibition: The survived Korean ‘Comfort Women’ who left in China (at Nikon Salon, Tokyo. Osaka)
2011 The Lecture on The survived Korean ‘Comfort Women’ who left in China (in Nagoya, Kyoto, Osaka, Seto)
2007 Seggai Gravia – ‘Juju’: The survived Korean ‘Comfort Women’ who left in China

韓国
2012 The ‘Gyeobgyeob Photography Exhibition’ for the ‘Korean Comfort Women’ living in China (at Ryugaheon, Seoul, sponsored by the Korean Culture-Arts Commission)
2005 Support enterprise of living expenses for the ‘Korean Comfort Women’ living in China in collaboration with the Ministry of Gender Equality & Family and the Institute of Korea Chongshindae
2003 The Group Photography Exhibition titled by ‘Nunbagge nada (= ‘Out of Favour)’, sponsored by Korea Human Rights Commission
2003 The 1st ‘Gyeobgyeob Photography Exhibition’ in the theme of Military Sexual Slavery by Japan During the Second World War whose women were left in China.
2003 The photograph work of the survived Korean ‘Comfort Women’ left in China
2002 The visual work of the ‘Comfort Women’
2001 The case studies of the survived Korean ‘Comfort Women’ carried out by the Institute of Korea Chongshindae
2000-2002 Voluntary services at (publication of newsletters, visual works, etc.)
1996 Publishing the monthly newsletter ‘Gil’ Gravia – The House of Sharing where the women are staying
1991-94 Engaged in the Institute of Social Photography

PUBLISHED BOOKS in korea
2004 The Japanese Military’s Comfort Women. Publisher: Ministry of Gender Equality & Family
2003 Nunbagge Nada (= Out of Favor). Publisher: Korea Human Rights Commission
2002 Korean Comfort Women Who Were Drawn With Force to China 2. Publisher: Hanul