• Dokdo in the East Sea All about Dokdo: Its History and Controversy

    NAHF collects and provides data regarding Dokdo and the East Sea, which are part of Korea’s indigenous territory. Readers will be able to find Dokdo and the East Sea on old maps from both the East and West. Additionally, they can look at the history and environment of Dokdo at a glance through animations and cartoons provided. Furthermore, NAHF develops and distributes supplementary materials which can be used in the field of education.

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    PHOTO BY KIM, JUNG-MAN
  • Comport Woman War and the Women’s Human Rights

    'Comfort Women' is an euphemistic term for 'Japanese Military Sexual Slavery' which indicates the women forced into prostitution, much like sexual slavery, for the Japanese military and its attached civilians The women were forcibly detained in 'comfort stations' facilitated and managed by Japanese Army and Navy since the Japanese invasion of Manchuria in 1931. Our goal is to inform people of the truth of their pain whilst recording the experiences underwent in order to solve the Japanese army ‘comfort women’ issue.

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    IMAGE BY LEE, KYUNG-SIN
  • Koguryo and Balhe Korean Ancient History of Koguryo and Balhae

    NAHF provides resources about the history and culture of Koruryo and Balhae in order to combat the distortion of Korean history which is currently being accomplished by the Chinese. Among these, the Koruryo tomb murals are a valuable resource that enables us to delve into the living customs of the Koruryo people. NAHF has made various images, videos, 3D contents regarding these murals.

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Historical Reconciliations The first step toward peace and prosperity in Northeast Asia
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