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January 7, 2009 § 6 Comments

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My buddy Christine posted about a campaign in Korea to encourage domestic adoption: Korean stars photographed with babies currently in foster care/orphanages. It’s a wonderful idea & if it helps to lessen the stigma of adoption & encourages people to do so, then yay! You can see more of the photographs here. They are gorgeous!

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  • Maia says:

    That is a beautiful photo, and what a sweet baby.
    We have a whole clan of friends here who are from Korea. The whole family splits their time between Korea and the US, though the younger generation is mostly based here now. One of them married an American woman and they could not have children of their own, so they decided to adopt from Korea. The result is their adorable son Udo, whom they brought home about a year before we went to China for Q. We were hoping to visit Korea while we were in that part of the world, but did not have the time this round. Maybe next time…

  • Christine says:

    Thanks for spreading the word! :-)

  • Julie says:

    When I was at the Temple of Literature in Hanoi I met a young Vietnamese women that asked me lots of questions about adoption. She said that she really wanted to adopt a child, but her family was very against it. It made me very sad, because it was clear she would be a great mother.

  • Sharon says:

    I love the Korea made this a priority this last year . . . and the photos are magical. Thank you so much for the kindness and support you have shown me during a very hard time . . .

  • Carissa says:

    I have followed this campaign because as you know Korea is very important to me! I LOVE these pictures! Thanks for spreading the word!

  • Jodean says:

    How cool! What beautiful pictures :-)

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