South Korean twins separated at birth? Two women connected on Facebook share eerie resemblance

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South Korean twins separated at birth? Two women connected on Facebook share eerie resemblance 

Actress Samantha Futerman couldn’t believe her eyes when she saw a message from a French woman who looked practically identical. An ocean away, Anais Bordier thinks she may have found her long lost twin in the Los Angeles actress.

BY / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 2013, 10:33 PM
At first connecting via Facebook, they now virtually chat with each other and hope to raise enough money to meet.

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At first connecting via Facebook, they now virtually chat with each other and hope to raise enough money to meet.

The sight was startling for 25-year-old Samantha Futerman.

The aspiring actress in Los Angeles had just received a Facebook message with a shocking claim from a French woman living in London. The two, who had never met, looked “very really similar,” the message said. Could they be sisters, separated at birth?

“When I looked at her photos, I was completely blown away,” Futerman said. “It was like looking at myself, except it wasn’t me.”

Samantha Futerman was adopted by a family in New Jersey while  Anaïs Bordier was taken under the wing of a French family in the suburbs of Paris. But they were both born in Seoul, South Korea.

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Samantha Futerman was adopted by a family in New Jersey while Anaïs Bordier was taken under the wing of a French family in the suburbs of Paris. But they were both born in Seoul, South Korea.

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It’s an old Hollywood cliche, but in this case, it may be true.

The message from Anais Bordier sparked a journey to find out if the two 25-year-olds, both born in Seoul, South Korea on the same day of the same year, were biological sisters, twins that had been adopted by different parents and raised on different continents.

Samantha Futerman (left) and Anaïs Bordier have launched a Kickstarter campaign so they can meet because they believe they were twins separated at birth.

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Samantha Futerman (left) and Anaïs Bordier have launched a Kickstarter campaign so they can meet because they believe they were twins separated at birth.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/adopted-south-koreans-twins-separated-birth-article-1.1307240#ixzz2PWjjv5M8

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