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Tour Korea! 2014
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Attend an Information Session
Join us December 5 or December 9 for a free, no-obligation webinar Information Session to learn what Tour Korea! 2014 is all about. | more > |
Download a Tour Korea! Brochure
View and print a PDF of our 2014 tour brochure. | download > |
Choose a Tour and Register
Review tour itineraries and compare pricing. 2014 Tour Korea! registration is now open. | more > |
Korean Intermediary Services
Post-adoption services related to your birth and adoption story. Children's Home can help you create a uniquely meaningful birthland tour experience. | more > |
Tour Korea! Photo Album
A insider's view of Tour Korea! in photographs taken by tour participants. | view album > |
Learn More: Tour Korea! In Depth
Start planning now for this once-in-a-lifetime trip. Let us help you make an informed decision.
- Request a Tour Korea! 2014 brochure
- Discover what makes a Children's Home tour different
- Connect directly with past participants
- Watch a pre-recorded online Information Session presentation
- For Adoptive Parents: When is the best time to make a birthland trip?
- Frequently Asked Questions
Children's Home Tour Korea! . . .
. . . welcomes participants from throughout the United States, regardless of placing agency.
. . . is not a typical group tour. Everyone comes into Tour Korea! with the commonality of adoption, privacy is respected and lifelong friendships are formed.
. . . prepares participants for travel via in-person and interactive webinar orientation sessions.
. . . visits and works with all four major adoption agencies in Korea — Eastern Social Welfare Society, Holt, Korea Social Service and Social Welfare Society.
. . . conducts searches with Korean agencies for birth family members.
. . . arranges and facilitates meetings with individuals important to an adoptee’s birth and adoption stories, including foster mothers!
. . . provides accurate, supportive and experienced translation during meetings.
. . . personalizes, plans and facilitates side trips for adoptees to visit places of personal significance — finding site, birth clinic, birthparent’s hometown, city of birth, orphanage.
. . . gives travelers activity options, free-time and multiple supportive check-in meetings throughout the tour.
. . . supports participants before, during and after the tour experience.
. . . can be an especially significant personal journey when shared with family.
For More Information
Request a Tour Korea! 2014 brochure: click here
Contact Tour Korea! Director Jane Lee with additional questions:
email: firstname.lastname@example.org | phone: 651.255.2225 | toll free: 800.932.9302, ext. 2225
Call Waiting International Children at 651-646-6393 or e-mail email@example.com
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