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Shin Yun-sun describes her life as a series of dead ends.
The South Korean has spent many of her 75 years questioning government officials, looking through records and searching burial grounds on a distant Russian island.
She is searching for evidence of a father she never met.
Shin wants to bring back the remains of her father for her 92-year-old mother, Baek Bong-rye.
Japan's colonial government sent Shin's father away to do forced labor in September 1943. At the time, Baek was pregnant with Shin.
As the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II nears,
the thousands of conscripted Korean men who disappeared on Russia's Sakhalin Island are a largely forgotten part of Japan's severe rule of the Korean Peninsula.
Historians say Japan forcibly moved around 30,000 Koreans as workers during the late 1930s and 1940s.
They were sent to what was then called Karafuto, or the Japanese-occupied southern half of Sakhalin, near the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido.
申尹善(Shin Yun-sun)形容自己的生活陷入无止尽的死胡同。
这位75岁的韩国人花了她一生中的大部分时间来询问政府官员,翻阅记录搜寻一处俄罗斯小岛上的墓地。
她寻找的是自己从未谋面的父亲的证据。
申尹善希望将父亲的遗骸交给92岁的母亲Baek Bong-rye。
日本殖民政府于1943年9月将申尹善的父亲送去从事强迫劳动。当时Baek怀上了申尹善。
随着二战结束75周年纪念日的来临,
这数万名应征入伍后在俄罗斯萨哈林岛上消失的韩国人,很大程度上是日本对朝鲜半岛严格统治中被遗忘的一部分。
历史学家表示,在上世纪三四十年代,日本强行让约3万名朝鲜劳工搬迁。
他们被送到日本北海道附近当时所谓的卡拉富托,也就是日本占领的萨哈林岛的南半部。
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