I do not know what clothes I was wearing. Whether I'd been left in a cradle or with any note of explanation. I do not know if I cried or lay still. Looked around or slept. Minutes may have gone by. Or hours.All the official record says is that, at about 2 months old, I was abandoned at the Nambu police station in Busan, South Korea.Labeled a "foundling," I was taken to an orphanage and given a birth date and a name -- Dong Hee Ahn. It was 1978. After a year and a half, I was transferred to a foster home in Seoul, where a social worker noted:"Her all action development progress was slower than same aged children due to being cared at orphanage for long."