Number of baby orphans rises in S Korea

11 years ago
Orphanages in South Korea are seeing an increase in the number of babies they are having to look after. The influx is due in part to a new law intended to improve the adoption process. But the pressures of parenting, combined with the stigma attached to being a single mother, is also having a negative impact. Al Jazeera's Harry Fawcett reports from Seoul.