Korean adoptees were told they were orphans. Some were told their parents had died, even though they were alive in South Korea.
Worse, some Korean Adoptees were told their parents had died, even though they were alive in South Korea.
Is it a lie?
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. They are finding out that everything on paper was a lie. Now a group of Danes wants the Danish state to dig and get to the bottom of the cases.
Translation credit: Casper Andersen
The “Unknown” Culture Club: Korean Adoptees, Then and Now Updated Edition with new cover image by designer Lisa Wool-Rim Sjoblom
These stories validate the experiences of all those who have been ridiculed or outright abused but have found the will to survive, thrive, and share their tale. Adopted people all over the world are reclaiming the right to truth and access to birth documents. This book is a living testament to why previous “orphans” do not endorse the profitable Evangelical Orphan Movement. Those who work in the human rights field, whistleblowers, or adopted will see the value of this book.
After years of forced “positivity” led by the profiteers, it is time to be real.
These are real stories from individuals no longer serving the adoption pioneers’ fanciful wishes and advertising campaigns. Read this book before you pay adoption agency fees. These courageous narratives could save you tens of thousands of dollars or prevent you from obtaining a child unethically. Be the first to read these narratives and join the ever-expanding Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network. It’s never too late to walk in awareness!