Missing Children in Korea

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Chae Pilseok is looking for his daughter. Adopted Korean.

“Korea was very poor at the time. There was no way to find the child if you lost your child. What I did was report it to the police station. I went to all the orphanages to find my daughter. I cried a lot because I felt sorry for the starving children. My daughter couldn’t talk at the time. My daughter always wore fur socks. After my daughter disappeared, I found a picture at the Korean Welfare Society. It is assumed she is adopted.”

“My daughter, I am sorry we lost you there. If you live in Korea or America, or in Europe, I hope you always be healthy, happy…that’s all. I miss you very much. Miss you very much, very very much.”

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