• Korean Adoptee Finds Long-Lost Sister After DNA Test, Still Looking For Birth Parents

Christine Pennell was adopted from South Korea to the United States 47 years ago and is now searching for her biological parents.

Pennell, whose Korean name is Choi Mi-sun (given to her by an orphanage), is believed to have been born on March 10, 1969.

She was found on November 13, 1971, at Banyawol Station in the city of Daegu.

The following year, she was adopted by an American family and has lived in the U.S. ever since.

In 2019, with the help of a Facebook group for Korean adoptees, Pennell took a DNA test in hopes of finding her birth parents.

Kim, her biological younger sister who was adopted to Belgium, took the same test.

That same year, they met for the first time.

Pennell is still searching for other members of her Korean family.

If you have any information that could help Christine Pennell reconnect with her biological family, please contact us at tbsefmnews@gmail.com.

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