OUT OF A
SOUTH KOREAN
ORPHANAGE AND INTO THE WORLD

Denver Filmmaker Explores How Korean Adoptees Felt Like 'Martians' In White America.

Feeling like a Martian.

Having a black hole of information where your origin story should be.

Being grateful for your loving adopted family, but still feeling lost.

These are the common threads in the stories Glenn Morey heard from South Korean children who were adopted into white families. The Denver filmmaker was a Korean adoptee himself, and set out to record his interviews with other transracial adoptees in his project, "Side by Side: Out of a South Korean Orphanage and Into the World."

Listen to the full report on Colorado Public Radio here