House of Sharing is a home and place of healing for some of the sexual slavery victims by Japanese military during the World War 2. It is located in Gwangju city on the outskirts of Seoul. When it first opened in 1992, it housed ten to twelve victims; currently it houses ten victims. These surviving comfort women have become activists by giving testimonies, protesting, and spreading awareness of the issue by traveling abroad.
House of Sharing is also leading in spreading the truth about the ‘Comfort Women’ through the ‘Museum of Sexual Slavery by Japanese Military’ so that our descendants are given the accurate history about what happened to the women in Asia during World War 2.