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Any feedback is welcome! The three I've found so far that do Korean adoptions in TX are LSSS, Dillion, and Holt (I've heard LSSS is a division of Holt, but they don't have any info online. I emailed for a packet.)
I haven't but heard good things about them. There are so few agencies that adopt Korean infants in each state that I wouldn't worry too much about which one you choose. The Korean government is very strict about which agencies they allow to work in the US. I think once you start going to information meetings, one agency will pop up as the first choice and feel right. Also, there can be a drastically different wait time depending on the agency. Our agency runs about 3-6 months where others in my state are running close to two years. I wouldn't suggest choosing an agency based on wait time but it is something to consider.
We talked to all three agencies working in our state and our agency felt right and have been wonderful. It will probably be a gut reaction type of thing.