Name:            John
Birthdate:       5-5
Location:        New York, NY
Occupation:    Finance
Life in a sentence or many:
I was born in Seoul, South Korea, and as a toddler adopted by a family of 7 in suburban New Jersey.  From an early age, several facts were self evident:  I had a big head, a big smile, and a big stubborn personality.  My mom jokes that even after 5 kids, it was ME who prompted her to buy, read, and earmark Dr. Spock's, "The Stubborn Child".

I went to school in Philadelphia, but only after a year, I left and went to Korea (Asia) for over two years.  The years of emotional buildup in grammar and high school exploded and all I knew was that I needed to "get out".  I thought college was enough, but soon realized that "get out" meant leaving the same country as my parents, and leaving behind everything that I "knew".
When I returned and returned to school, the sojourners' heart remained with me, as it still does today.  I spent time in Los Angeles, Atlanta, and finally returned to my home stomping grounds of New Jersey, settling with a job in New York.  And that's where you'll find me now.      


16 Responses to “About”

  1. Sue Says:

    Hi John, sorry to use your blog to contact you but I don’t have an email addy for you. Please feel free to delete this comment. I haven’t seen Julia online for awhile. Is she OK? Can you email me to let me know? I am hoping she is just distracted by her sister’s visit.
    take care.

  2. chris Says:

    just wanted to say, you have a nice blog. you’re a very strong person to write so honestly and you write very well. i tried to blog about adoption once but took it down because..i dunno, my writing makes me sound psycho. anyway, i wish you the best. at 31yo i just started to look for my birth parents today by contacting my agency. i respect you and what you’ve been through and everything you’ve lived and accomplished. i wish you the very best. respect coming at you from here in LA.
    take care,

  3. Hi John. Your blog is very impressive.
    I am Korean. And I’m working as volunteer in Morocco. Korean style painting of Mugung flower was good to me. Take care. Bye.

  4. joy Says:

    hi John,
    this is my first foray into the blogosphere, but I have to say, your writing is the first I’ve read that I can identify with as a Korean adoptee. The ’emotional buildup’ you talk about is probably what prompted me to take a year off from school and think about a trip to Korea. thanks for that, and take care.

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