Where they sent us


This does not include all countries, nor does it include adoptions undocumented by the S. Korean govt.


4 responses to “Where they sent us

  1. this would be great on t-shirts as kads stroll thru seoul and for future prospective searchers as they return to the homeland.

  2. You are egging me on.

  3. You know I am. signed,comrade so far from the battle!

  4. Reblogged this on Rose of Sharon Healing and commented:
    Korean adoptions. I found this site through Pierre Legace’s genealogy blog. Jane’s blog is written by a Korean born woman who was internationally adopted to the US. Her story is so heartbreaking. Children were made orphans legally by the government when they weren’t actually orphans. In some cases their parents were looking for them still.

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