LFNKR Foster Children
LFNKR recently received letters from
several of our foster children who are currently in first to
third grades of elementary school.
These children are being supported under LFNKR’s education
In their letters to their foster parents,
the children mainly report on their school records.
child in one of LFNKR's shelters writing to foster parent
Bae Hyong Hee
am Bae Hyong Hee attending "S" elementary school. Thank you
for sending money. I promise to study hard.
Kang Yong Hwa
am Yong Hwa. I belong to group 1 of the second grade at "Q"
elementary school. I have scored 96 points in Han language
points in Korean language test, and 78.5 points in math
test. I want to be
a doctor, so that I will be able to help my Grandma get well.
Lee Gyong Song
am Gyong Song, a third grade pupil at "S" elementary school.
Thank you very much for helping me with money so that
I can keep going to school.
from foster children, ready to slip into envelopes and
mail. In this photo, all proper nouns have been covered
to protect identities.
Kim Guang Chol
am Guang Chol. I am in group 1 of the second grade. I have
scored 100 points in Han language test, 75 points in
math test, and 70.5 points in Korean language test.
Park Un Hae
am Un Hae. I go to "Q" elementary school. I scored 78 points
in Han language test, 92 points in Korean language
test, and 75 points in math test. I want to be a doctor when
children’s names have been changed and the school names given
only as initials to guard their privacy and to shield them from arrest
by Chinese authorities.