Thanks JS Lee!
I just finished reading this book. Thank you for writing this and allowing others to know. As a Korean adoptee I have struggled with my Korean identity all my life. I keep thinking every year it will be different. As I approach my 35th birthday I want nothing more than to visit my birth country and reconnect with my birth mother. Your book brings a better insight than anything I’ve ever read.
Thanks Jin Noh
I first watched Kelly’s KBS documentary on the internet. I was searching for some Human Theatre (the title of the show where her documentary was aired) series then I found a list of recommended episodes on some blog where Kelly’s stories were included. I watched the whole thing in one sitting then I found this book from some web surfing. It was such an amazing story which taught me what ‘understanding’ and ‘forgiving’ really meant. Kelly understands her mother truly and her first daughter truly. She emotionally ‘released’ the boy who brought her terrible experiences, and I could really tell she was completely being honest about how she was able to do that. Her husband Brad is just beyond amazing. You are so lucky Kelly! Thank you so much for sharing your story and I wish you just all the best with your life.
Thanks to everyone who took the time to review Songs of My Families!