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3. Hawaiianpunch : I was born on september 25th 1961. not sure what town though do have these names here that are on my adoption papers.
90-1‚ Choong Jong Ro L-Ka. Suhdaemun-Ku‚ Seoul‚ Korea.
from what I got‚ my family name is Kim and family origin as Kim Hae.
theres no record’s of my Mom or Dad.
. my gardians were assigned to me on may 30th 1962 Chung‚ Ke Wha‚ residing at #632‚ Anyang-Ri‚ Anyang-Up‚ Sihetung-Kun‚ who were inaugurated as Gardian by designation of Mayor of Seoul.
now whats got me stumped about my name or lack of when I was a baby is this statement on my adoption papers‚ it says "Kim Johny is hearby requested to be registered by Chung‚ Ke Wha‚ acting guardian‚ Kim Hae Song and Park Sul Wha‚ acting relatives representing family councel on this date 30 May‚ 1962."
so the part that states "acting reletives" is confusing me. Does this mean they are not my relative by blood and just acting reletives becuase they dont know any of my blood reletives? which would mean my family name of Kim Hae is not my real family name?
Chung Ke Wha was my social worker at the time.
can anybody help me find my bio family please?
if u have any info that might help please contact me.
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