The Second Act
This is where I’ll end. I’ll post other information in my blog.
In hindsight, I wish I would have started the whole process earlier, but I can’t think of this as time lost. How would I have known the paperwork was not true? I’m thankful that the birth family is doing well and still alive. Most people do not receive the same outcome I have. However, I hope this may inspire someone to further investigate beyond what their paperwork states. My father was able to contact their original case worker. She said, it was common for paperwork to be generically falsified to expedite the adoption process.
This whole journey started because I wanted to know about my future health. Now I’m excited about the present and future we’ll have together.
I’d like to thank Korean Social Services for their effort in reuniting families. This service was accomplished for the price of free. It only takes a little effort and some paperwork to get things moving.
Isn’t it worth it to at least “Know”?