Tag: sejong camp
Jack McGovern & Noah Sinangil
Jack McGovern and Noah Sinangil are both adopted Korean Americans that we interviewed at Sejong Camp in New Jersey.
Emily Lynch & Minjung Kim
Minjung Kim (24 years old) was born in Seoul, Korea and immigrated to the US when she was 11 years old. Emily Lynch (27 years old) was also born in Seoul, Korea, but she was adopted along with her twin brother by a Caucasian family in Connecticut.
HyaeKyung Jo & Linda Priore
HyaeKyung Jo is a retired teacher with over 30 years of experience in primary and secondary education in US public schools. Linda Priore was the co-founder of Sejong Camp, a Korean culture camp that parents of adopted Korean children started in 1992.
Martha Crawford and her husband adopted two children from Korea.
Sabryna Ro & Leah Rice
Sabryna Ro and Leah Rice are both 17 years old and they met at Sejong Camp, a cultural camp for Korean adoptees and American born Koreans
Chris Todd & Steven Yeun
Chris Todd, 31, was born in Seoul, Korea and adopted by a Caucasian family when he was a baby. Steven Yeun, 31, was born in the US, and grew up in Long Island.
Joy Lieberthal Rho
Joy was adopted from Korea. She came to her family just shy of her sixth birthday.