Korean Adoption Links
American Immigration Center (adoption part)
Adoption Network was founded by adoptive parents and provides adoption services to birthmothers and adoptive couples throughout the United States
The 2004 Adoptees Conference in Seoul
A site from an angry adoptees
Papers to ask for genetic research in Korea
(print them and send them to the organization mentioned there
Ethica is a nonprofit corporation that seeks to be an impartial voice for ethical adoption practices worldwide, and provides education, assistance, and advocacy to the adoption community.
Adoption-Related Government Forms and Programs
Personal Adoption Stories
Favorites of Adopt International
Korean Homestay Guide to Korean Websites in English
Kore@n @doptees Worldwide (K@W)
(you need a yahoo acount to sign in)
a mailing list
A website for search-issues related to Korean adoption
Sunny Jo's world, a site with many other links
(for all expats living in Seoul)
The Association of Korean Adoptees, Southern California
A Pusan adoption organization
Welcome to Sunny's World Sunny is cofounder of Korean Adoptees Worldwide
Dove of Morning Calm"
(In French, Dutch and English)
Adopting from Korea
Mission to Promote Adoption in Korea
Racines Coreennes (FR)
Arirang (Dutch adoption club)
AdoptShoppe - Unique International Gifts and Resources
The homepage of a Korean-Belgian adoptee, Cho Mihee (Mihee-Nathalie Lemoine-Berlin)
(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.)
US Adoption Links
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...
8. [Seoul Exposure] From music teacher to "the middle man" (01/07/2000)
Lee Gutwirth can be confident in his uniqueness. Born in Korea in 1966, he was adopted at the age of four by a Belgian family - a rare Jewish Belgian family, to be more precise - and was brought up in...
9. New visa law still open to adjustments for overseas Korean adoptees (12/07/1999)
New visa law still open to adjustments for overseas Korean adoptees
10. IMF economic pinch increases number of abandoned children (08/16/1999) Koreans often emphasize that children are the national foundation on which the next generation is built. Despite this sentiment, child welfare remains one of the most underdeveloped areas in Korean so...
11. IMF economic pinch increases number of abandoned children (08/16/1999) Koreans often emphasize that children are the national foundation on which the next generation is built. Despite this sentiment, child welfare remains one of the most underdeveloped areas in Korean so...
12. Korean-American adoptee meets birth mom after nearly 40 years (07/26/1999)A 39-year-old Korean-American woman met her 60-year-old biological mother for the first time since she was adopted when 18 months old, a Yonhap news report from Los Angeles said. Sacramento-resident C...
13. Center for returning adoptees opens in Seoul (07/02/1999)Center for returning adoptees opens in Seoul
14. Foreign adoptions increase for first time in 11 years (05/05/1999) The adoptions of Korean children by foreigners increased last year for the first time since 1987, reversing an 11-year-long downtrend, the Health and Welfare Ministry said yesterday. According to the ...