This is not the Doomsday clock …

…but your odds of being reunited with your Korean family, post-adoption “services” being such as they are.

Red represents the adoptees for whom the agencies are not trying hard enough.

The new OAKS site run by the South Korean govt has some really great information in their digital libary. For instance, in 2005 alone, 13,068 adoptees made efforts to find their birth families. Only 316 of them were reunited with their families. On a pie chart, that looks like this:



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