More and more Korean Canadian adoptees are learning their adoption was a Lie.
Priscilla Ki Sun Hwang helps uncover how they got here and why some say Canada ignored evidence of botched adoption paperwork.
“As an adoptee, trying to learn about my origins, that’s a big deal. People played God.”
Kelly grew up believing she was an orphan and that both her parents had died. Despite knowing little about her past, Kelly holds on to her Korean documents. “If I don’t search now, I may never know what it feels like to have a blood relative.”
“It took 49 years for you to get this paperwork.” Journalist and Reporter, Ki Sun
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