Monday, 1 June 2015

Adopting or Fostering a Korean Child in Korea

Updated 6 April 2016

Adoption can be very challenging, especially if you don't speak the local language. For those who are in Korea and interested in adoption, the group Adopting in Korea and KDAEKS: Korean Domestic Adoption for Expats with Korean Spouses are wonderful resources.

It's very easy to become a foster parent in Korea. There's a 1-2 day class that you'll need to take. Check the above adopting groups for more info.

If you are dealing with infertility issues, look at the post about IUI and IVF in Korea. Trying to get pregnant can be a very emotional problem for couples suffering from infertility. KISS (Korea Infertility Support System) is a good support group. Here are some recommended books about fertility and infertility as well.

Tender Embrace Birthing offers childbirth, breastfeeding, and newborn care classes and support.

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