I’m not fluent in Korean and that’s fine. Here’s why:

Just when I decided I was giving up on learning Korean this post appeared. This is my fave part: “I also hope my poor language skills serve as a living reminder of how adoptees are part of the larger Korean experience. I want my weak pronunciation and limited understanding of grammar to cause you discomfort. Why? Because I want non-adopted Koreans to think critically about the larger issues of why Korean adoptees like me exist.”

Read it here: I’m not fluent in Korean and that’s fine. Here’s why:

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