Erin Crocker is a Korean American adoptee who plans to go to grad school for social work to be a liaison in international adoption agencies. Most of her time is spent taking random road trips for the sake of food or coffee; otherwise, she is figuring out the paradox of transracial international adoption through a realistic Christian lens.
I’m sure it was a hot and humid day in Seoul, South Korea. Being seven months pregnant just added to her discomfort. She was 26 and traveling on a bumpy street through the city.