Korean Adoptees Reuniting Families Through DNA

325 KAMRA, Inc., Reuniting Families Through DNA

The primary goal of our organization is to DNA test Korean family who relinquished or lost children to international adoption. Our aim is to provide Korean Adoptees with their biological stories and family medical histories. We also hope to reunite Korean adoptees with biological family members when possible.  

 “I feel a lot of gratitude, I’ve done a lot of things, but that was the one thing on my bucket list,” said Kim, who is now a founding member of the U.S. non-profit organization 325Kamra, which seeks to reunite families through DNA. “That was the inspiration for searching.” Katherine Kim, Secretary of 325KAMRA, Inc.

Read article: DNA test reunites Korean adoptee with birth mother.

Cover of The Unknown Culture Club

There’s a sense of incompleteness….one choice could transform many.

To help Katherine Kim, a co-compiler of  The “Unknown” Culture Club: Korean Adoptees Then and Now, buy a copy and $5.00 will go towards helping to reunite families through DNA testing @ 325kamra.  Write ‘325kamra‘ on subject line to info@vancetwins.com with proof of purchase.
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