South Korean infants on sales Part 2: the truth revealed
It was disturbing for many people to hear the recent report exposing the South Korean black market community selling babies on the Internet. The report was exposing the illegal adoption over the Internet in South Korea. Some, based on the report, are teenagers who are incapable of raising their babies. Others wanted to sell their babies to pay off their mountainous amount of debts. But, in any case, the report portrayed these couples as if they treat their unborn children the potential assets or commodities to lift them out of the debts.**
I was outraged by the story. I posted earlier on NP about the unborn children sold over the internet in South Korea, and I have conducted further research on the topic. However, I , after conducting further research, realized that the report only presented a partial truth to the public and was fairly misleading by taking the issue out of context.