This paper studies the discourse over the Japanese National Action Plan, which was obligatorily made by adopting the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 (UNSCR 1325). Hisako Motoyama argues that the Japanese Government chose UNSCR 1325 for the political purpose that they could pursue their politically motivated plan of strengthening the military power while showing off the impression of advocating women s rights against the sexual violence and in world affairs. Meanwhile, Geongeun Lee suggests the international cooperation in putting the issue of the Korean comfort women in the Japanese NAP. I observe and analyze Motoyama s and Lee s research based on feminism one by one and then combine, with pointing at their limits, the two ideas to know the following tasks after the research. This study is expected to invite more attention to solving the current deadlock phenomenon between Korean and Japan over the past history.