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April 16, 2007
Minnesota is ranked the highest in the country for number of children adopted from Korea as a direct result of the Korean war. An art exhibit presented by the U called â€śStill Present Pastsâ€? shows what the Korean War meant to the millions of Koreans who were separated from their families and friends, the U.S. and Korean soldiers who fought in it, and the 150,000 Korean children who have been adopted worldwide, about 15,000 of them in Minnesota alone. Richard Lee, psychology professor at the U tells us about the exhibit.
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