Another South Korean victim of Japan's wartime sexual slavery has died.
The Ministry of Gender Equality and Family confirmed the death of the former so-called "comfort woman" on Friday.
Her personal information has not been disclosed, upon the request of her family.
The death brings the total number of living survivors down to 13.
A total of 2-hundred-40 women were registered with the Korean government as former "comfort women", who were forced into sexual slavery for the Japanese military during World War II.