With the 2018 Winter Olympics underway in Pyeongchang, South Korea, dozens of Korean adoptees from Sweden are returning to the country of their birth to attend the games. Radio Sweden speaks to one of them.
Sung-Za Ödelycke arrived in Seoul on Monday. The 49-year-old Swede was adopted from South Korea as a two-year-old and has returned many times.
"Watching the Olympics in South Korea is very exciting. In a way I feel Korean but in a way I am very much Swedish. It's difficult to know who to cheer for but I think I would have to say Sweden,"
Click on the link to hear Sung-Za Ödelycke and the history of the adoption links between Sweden and South Korea.