Won-soon was one of the dogs we rescued from the cages of Namyangju dog farm and is Won-sun’s sister.

Since being rescued, Won-soon has spent a lot of time interacting with people and other dogs, so she is very social and loves to connect with others. She’s affectionate towards anyone who approaches her kindly.

She gets happy at the smallest things. If you look into her face, she wags her tail until her big body shakes along with it, and will lick your hand until you worry her tongue will hurt.

After displaying her affection, she’ll stare at you with her asymmetrical eyes and charm you one of her trademark winks.

Won-soon is female but is the biggest of her siblings. She’s growing up well and healthy!

Help Won-soon find a family who can offer her a happy and stable environment for life!

Please Note

Depending on the breed, the size, and its environment the lifespan of a dog may vary from 12 to 16 years. Won-soon is still growing, so we ask you to consider all these aspects if you wish to adopt her.

Please contact our Adoption Center for more details, or start the adoption application process below.

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