Unsolved Mystery

It's important to let others know that adoption can be a good thing.

I was born in Busan, South Korea.

At five months old, a family from the United States adopted me.

Prior to being adopted, I spent some time with foster moms who took great care of me. I still have photographs of them.

Growing up in the U.S. was interesting. As I recall, I had an amazing childhood with lots of unforgettable memories.

I was never mistreated.

I had multiple close circles of friends.

I attended school as if I were any other kid.

My life could not have been any better.

Despite having wonderful adoptive parents, I still wish I knew something about my birth parents.

Whether it was their names, similarities…anything.

To date, I have a lot of unanswered questions. A significant portion of my life remains a mystery. A mystery that I’ll hopefully solve one day.

For me, adoption is a journey.

A journey that gives me the confidence of accomplishing anything set in front of me.