Korean Adoptees Given Incorrect Information About Their Adoptions: Mia Lee

Korean Adoptees Given Incorrect Information:

Korean Adoptees are given incorrect information as to why they were adopted. In the '80s and '90s, Danes were adopted from South Korea. Some were told they were orphans. They were not. Some were told their parents had died, even though they were alive in South Korea. Now a group of Danes wants the Danish state to dig and get to the bottom of the cases.

Translation credit: Casper Andersen

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