During November and December this year, New York Times and other leading press reported with the headlines “Ban Coercive Conversion,” and shared the events of Gu Ji-in, a young woman who passed away while being forced to go through the process. Gu Ji-in, a precious, bright soul that was taken from us too soon, was the victim of an anti-democratic religious coalition formed by coercive conversion education pastors, and the target of a witch hunt. Who will console the pain that 150 victims of coercive conversion in Korea have experienced? How can they be compensated? What about Ji-in’s life, what could repay that loss to her friends and family?