The new South Korean government under President Moon Jae-in, who took office in May past year, reviewed the 2015 agreement as the victims protested against it, revealing secret deals with Japan.
Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha unveiled those plans during a press conference in Seoul as a follow-up to a recent government conclusion that the deal was flawed and sufficient efforts were not made to reflect the views and opinions of victims before it was reached between the neighbors.
More than 200,000 women - often euphemistically referred to as "comfort women" - from Korea, Taiwan, China and other nationalities were forced to work at wartime brothels by the Japanese Imperial Military during the Second World War.
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Citing a government source, the Yonhap news agency said today's announcement is expected to reaffirm Mr Moon's stance that the deal has failed to resolve the comfort women issue and he will continue to support the victims and recover their dignity.
She added, "The 2015 deal which does not reflect victims' opinions can not be a fundamental solution to the issue".
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"It can not be denied that the 2015 deal was an official agreement reached between the governments of each country, and our government will not demand renegotiation", Kang said in a prepared statement.
Moon apologized directly to the women for the deal at a lunch earlier this month.
Japan said any attempt to revise it could damage relations.
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Sentiments about the issue are still running deep in both South Korea and Japan, the two crucial allies of the USA given the tension situation due to North Korea threats.