Korean Links (If the links don't work, just type in the subject in the searchengine
of the site, since links change so often, especially on the newspaper sites.
They keep the articles, but keep them moving around.)
Registry, Dr. In Sun Park, (This is her email address) Dr. In Sun Park is the Director of Haesog Child
Welfare and Research Center, Seoul, Korea. She is putting together a
registry for those who do not know the Korean adoption agency name, have
little memory of the transfer, or did not take part in the actual transfer
of the child to the agency representative. You can email inquiries to
her to attempt to learn the name of the Korean adoption agency involved
in your adoption. Include whatever identifying information you may have.
AKA, Southern California, Association of Korean Adoptees, Southern California,
has adoption support, lists of scheduled events, and Korean adoption links.
New York Branch, This is an events announcement service provided by Also-Known-As, Inc.
An organization of adult inter-country adoptees in New York City.
Quarterly, Korean Quarterly is a new non-profit quarterly newspaper,
written by and about the Korean American community of the Twin Cities and
Links, Adoption/search/ reunion registries and places to post your
Subscribe (online, free) to Mavin, a magazine of the American mixed race
multiracial people, interracial relationships, and transracial adoptees.
Since they move the documents
all the time, (I don't understand why they would do that, but ok) just
go the searchengine of the Korean Herald, copy and paste the title and you will find the article.
The search engine opens in a new window, with <ALT> <TAB> you can move between the two windows. If there is a need, I will copy all the
articles on my site. Just leave a message in the guestbook if that is the
3. [Letters to the Editor]Ties that don't bind(08/24/2000)
As a 25-year-old Korean adoptee, I was greatly intrigued by Cho Se-hyon's
Ties" (Aug. 22) As I watched the clips on the family reunions this past week, I too
had to bite back a bitter tear and ask the same qu...
Korea takes Seoul to 2000 Venice Biennale(06/19/2000) The Korean Culture & Arts
Foundation will introduce past, present and future versions of Seoul at
the architecture section of the 2000 Venice Biennale (June 17-Oct. 29)
The title of the Korean pavilion will be "SEOUL: City of...
It was just after Seoul Olympic
Games in 1988 when Ian, who was abandoned by his parents shortly after
his birth, was adopted by an American couple, Richard and Noelle Hagan.
The couple had specifical...