Peter Møller (green jacket), lawyer and co-founder of the Danish Korean Rights Group, attends a press conference with South Korean adoptees in November. Photo: AP
Peter Møller (green jacket), lawyer and co-founder of the Danish Korean Rights Group, attends a press conference with South Korean adoptees in November. Photo: AP
South Korea

South Korean adoptees, from US to Australia and Europe, demand probes into their cases

  • Almost 400 adopted by families overseas have asked the Truth and Reconciliation Commission to investigate their adoptions amid claims of falsified documents
  • There are accusations some children were falsely registered as orphans or had identities switched in push to eject so-called ‘undesirables’, deepen ties with West

Peter Møller (green jacket), lawyer and co-founder of the Danish Korean Rights Group, attends a press conference with South Korean adoptees in November. Photo: AP
Peter Møller (green jacket), lawyer and co-founder of the Danish Korean Rights Group, attends a press conference with South Korean adoptees in November. Photo: AP
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