After 36 Years, A DNA Test Brought Long-Lost Twin Sisters Into Each Others Lives

South Korean-born identical twins Emily Bushnell and Molly Sinert were separated at birth, put into the foster care system, and adopted by two different American families.

They never knew the other existed. Then, a chance DNA test brought the identical twins back into each other’s lives. But after 36 years, were Emily and Molly ready to share everything about themselves?

Born In 1985 And Put Into Foster Care

Identical twins Emily Bushnell and Molly Sinert were born in 1985 in South Korea. As infants, they were placed in the foster care system. Eventually, they were both adopted by an American family.

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The thing is, the twins weren’t adopted by the same family and were separated. Growing up, they had no clue the other existed.