American Sociological Association

Being a Transnational Korean Adoptee, Becoming Asian American

The 2018 Winter Olympics saw Korean adoptees celebrated as global ambassadors bridging Korea and the U.S. Yet, in their daily lives, Korean adoptees often feel they are not quite full members of either country or culture. What does it mean for these adoptees to be inbetween, historically and contemporarily, and how do they fit into Asian America?

Authors

Wendy Marie Laybourn

Journal

Volume

17

Issue

4

Starting Page

30

Ending Page

35