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- Movie: My Heart Is Not Broken Yet
- Revised romanization: Naui Maeumeun Jiji Anattda
- Hangul: 나의 마음은 지지 않았다
- Director: Hae-ryong Ahn
- Writer: Jing-ja Yang
- Producer: Jing-ja Yang
- Release Date: February 26, 2009
- Runtime: 95 min.
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
"My Heart Is Not Broken Yet" tells the story of the trial and struggle of Grandma Song Sin-do who has continually campaigned for redress in the issue of the comfort women drafted into sexual slavery for Japanese troops during the war. Although she lost the trial, her statement, “my soul is undefeated” reveals her desire to continue to fight for justice to heal the scars caused by the war and historical prejudice.
Song Sin-do escaped from a forced marriage at the age of 16, when she was lured to the Japanese front line with the words, “you can live alone if you go to the front.” She was then forced in to sexual slavery for 7 years. A Japanese soldier who promised to live with and look after her discarded her as soon as he arrived in Japan. She has since lived with a Korean man, without sexual intercourse. Song Sin-do is of Japanese-Korean nationality and as a former "Comfort Woman" says she struggles to trust anyone because of the war-time atrocities.
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