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Indiana woman reunites with birth parents in South Korea after 50 years

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — A Bloomington woman found her birth parents in South Korea after being apart for 50 years.

Kim Gantt came to the US in 1969 after she was adopted by American parents. Her adoption papers said she was abandoned at an orphanage in South Korea. She just recently found out that was not true.

Her adoptive father encouraged her to go to South Korea last year to find some answers. She hopped on a flight in September and decided to take a DNA test at a police station in Seoul . . .

For the full story by Tribune Media Wire follow the link below to fox4kc.com.


Indiana woman reunites with birth parents in South Korea after 50 years

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