Identical Twins, Separated At Birth In South Korea, Reunite 36 Years Later In South Florida WLRN April 30, 2021 – DNA Saturdays July 24, 2021

I saw this recently on WLRN – Identical Twins, Separated At Birth In South Korea, Reunite 36 Years Later In South Florida: https://www.wlrn.org/news/2021-04-30/identical-twins-separated-at-birth-in-south-korea-reunite-36-years-later-in-south-florida. Much longer article. but here are some of the relevant portions. Interesting way to find out you have an identical twin. I will post a YouTube video tomorrow that shares this story. You can also see it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HxwhSFaSio (around 7:47 minutes long).

WLRN 91.3 FM | By Wilkine Brutus

The pandemic has caused many people to be separated from family. But one woman in Palm Beach Gardens actually found family during this time. Molly Sinert was born in South Korea. She was adopted, and grew up in Florida.

After she took a DNA test, she found out she had a twin sister in Philadelphia — and they were both raised in Jewish families. Through a few twists of fate, they missed out on chance encounters throughout the years but Sinert says fate brought them together anyway — albeit in the unlikeliest of circumstances.

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