When I Met my Twin and Biological Family in Korea after Separation since Birth

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My Adoption Story

This video shows when I learned of my adoption story. I am a Korean adoptee who was separated since birth from my family. I grew up in the U.S. and met my twin and biological family for the first time last May of 2015. Now, after a year, I am living in Korea in hopes of reuniting with my family.

 

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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.  

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