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Lee Ye-ram, who died by suicide in May after being sexually assaulted, as he looked at her photos at a mourning altar set up in a military hospital near Seoul. By Choe Sang-Hun. In the back seat, Master Sgt. Chang Dong-hoon, to stop sexually assaulting her.

When Ms. Lee reported that Mr. Chang kissed and groped her in the car that night, her superiors tried to bury the complaint, according to Defense Ministry investigators.

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Chang until after Ms. Lee, 23, took her own life on May Chang has since admitted to the assault and is facing trial. Hundreds of sexual assaults are reported every year. In August, the public uproar incited by Ms. The move was meant to increase transparency and protect victims, but victims and their families say it is the military itself that needs to change. So far, 15 people have been indicted in connection with Ms. Her family has refused to bury her until the officials are punished, but Defense Ministry investigators have said there is not enough evidence.

They wrapped up their work last week. South Korean society has long understood the need to address widespread gender bias, but women in the armed forces are seen as particularly vulnerable.

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The issue attracted national attention in when an army captain died by suicide after being abused by her boss. Eight years later, Ms. The day after her assault, two of Ms. Lee eventually asked to be transferred to another unit, where she said she was treated as a troublemaker.

The military has since arrested both bosses on charges of trying to coerce Ms. Lee into silence.

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The air force senior master sergeant died by suicide in July while in military custody. The warrant officer has denied all charges against him. More than cases of sexual assault between soldiers have been reported annually from to in South Korea, according to data submitted to Kwon In-sook, a female lawmaker.

Less than 40 percent of the accused have faced charges, and nearly 43 percent of those charged walked free after receiving suspended prison sentences. Sexual assault victims and sexual minorities are often the ones who fear punishment. A transgender woman who was expelled after gender-reasment surgery died by suicide in March.

Last week, a local court ruled that her dismissal was illegal. Yet as the military cracks down on sexual minorities, critics say, the sexual assaults continue.

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Much of the sexual harassment takes place off base during group dinners and drinking parties, according to investigators and former soldiers. Inan army division commander stepped down after it was revealed that he had coerced female soldiers into ing drinking parties at his residence. Bang said. In a petition to Parliament last year, an air force captain wrote bitterly about a colonel who pressured her to attend a party in She was sexually assaulted by one of his friends. She wanted to enlist in the air force early on, ing a handful of girls who were accepted into a high school program run by the air force to train young cadets.

She began her service in and thrived until the sexual assault left her dependent on sleeping pills, according to her father. The initial internal report on Ms. But those findings were expunged from the report before it was delivered to the Defense Ministry two days after her death. Two air force colonels have been indicted on charges of falsifying the report to keep Ms.

It was not until May 31 — the day a local broadcaster broke the news about Ms. Chang for the first time. In its investigation, the Defense Ministry found that Ms. Chang apologized to Ms. Prosecutors have asked the court to sentence him to 15 years in prison. At a recent hearing, Ms. Chang in a rage. He hurled curses and a water bottle before the soldier was whisked away by the military police.

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