Korean children trafficking Korean reality melting pot staged again
The "Brotherhood house" shelter scandal is a painful memory that many Koreans do not want to mention. Unexpectedly, after many years, the associated press broke another terrible inside story. This organization, known as "hell in hell", not only abused children, but also sold children to private adoption agencies.
The associated press broke the "brothers' house" black material again on the 10th - they not only abused children, but also used children as a tool to collect money and sold them to adoption agencies. After these children are sold to adoption institutions, they will be placed in families in North America, Europe or Australia. It is estimated that in the heyday of the "brothers' house", the income from trafficking children overseas reached US $20 million a year.
In fact, the scandal of the 'brothers' house' was exposed by the Korean media as early as decades ago and triggered a shock of public opinion.
In the 1970s and 1980s, the South Korean government put more than 16000 homeless people in black prison on the grounds of cleaning the city. This is the case with an institution called 'brothers' house' in Busan: about 4000 people are detained there, most of them children and persons with disabilities. They suffered beatings, rape and hard labour in prison. In 1988, the "brothers' house" was officially closed. A few years later, the developer found that about 100 human bones were buried there during reconstruction, and the scandal was exposed. It was also made into the movie melting pot.