In this week’s episode, Billy talks to Brook Mallak. Brook is a Korean adoptee who recently reunited with her birth mother and sisters for the first time. Brook is here today to talk about that reunification experience and how her time in Korea has her feeling too foreign for here, yet too foreign for home.
Billy and Brook discuss:
–How the two of them randomly met at a restaurant in Seoul
–What a reunification program looks like and how it happened for her
–Getting ahold of her family in Korea
–How the pandemic stretched out their reunion
–The idea of being too foreign for here, too foreign for home
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