TRACK

TRACK is Truth and Reconciliation for the Adoption Community of Korea. We are a group of internationally adopted Koreans, Korean Americans, and Korean nationals based in Seoul working within South Korea toward the following:
Mission
TRACK advocates for full understanding of the practice of adoption, both past and present, to preserve the rights of children and families.
Vision
A world where the adoption community and Korean society have a mutual understanding and compassion that allows them to heal to create a bright collective future.
Goals
Provide an opportunity to reconnect and dialogue with Korean society.
Research and document the history of international adoption from South Korea.
For more information, please visit TRACK’s Web site.
–or download a brochure–

3 responses to “TRACK

  1. Hi! What is the best way to find my birth
    parents in Korea? I was found abounded but have a picture when I was small and the data from my orphanage Star of the Sea in Incheon, Korea. I am now an adult and I feel that tie is running out for me to find them which has been my wish for my whole life.
    I live in Sweden. (Europe).
    Sincerely “Arwen”

  2. hello, I advise you to you contact GOAL, INKAS or KCARE.

    Service organizations for adoptees – help with basic living, search, and accessing resources such as language scholarships

    http://www.goal.or.kr/

    http://www.inkas.or.kr/eng/

    Go here if you have problems in your search

    http://www.kcare.or.kr/en3/

    Also see

    https://jjtrenka.files.wordpress.com/2007/10/guideline-for-post-adoption-services.pdf

    Good luck!

  3. Hi Jane, I watched your story on CI channel dark desires and decided to Google you. I found your blog and I am very impressed about the work you do to highlight adoption misrepresentations. Please, please keep it up (I know you will!) not just you but your team at TRACK. If only ALL adoptive parents are willing to go through adoptions legally and transparently, adoption agencies, human trafficking rings (two sides of the same coin?) will not get away with the legal and/or illegal kidnapping of kids, I wonder? I am not an adoptee but I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for all you have done, all TRACK has done. God bless all of you.

Thank you for visiting my blog. I no longer have time to update this blog regularly, but I appreciate your comments, even though I cannot respond to all of them. All comments (except spam) have been allowed to go through unmoderated since June 16, 2014. Any comments you see prior to that date have been read and approved by me. Thanks again, and wishing you peace and blessings.

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