Doctor of Korean literature at Korea University. She began her career as a film critic in 2005 and served as a jury for Daejong Film Awards and The Blue Dragon Awards. She also hosted in EBS Cinema Paradiso & KBS Movie Booby and appeared on KBS Journalism Talk Show J as a regular panel member. She is now writing a series of KANG Yujung’s Reading the World through Cinema for Kyunghyang Shinmun and published a variety of books including Theater at the Age of Twenty. She is Currently a professor at Kangnam University.
In 1999 he began to work for the Buenos Aires - Independent Film Festival (BAFICI), working in different areas until 2009. Since 2009 he has been a member of the team of artistic programmers of the Mar del Plata International Film Festival (Argentina). He studied cinema at the Escuela Superior de Cinematografia (Argentina). He has collaborated as a guest programmer for the Museum of Latin American Art of Buenos Aires (MALBA), the Museum of Contemporary Art of Buenos Aires (MACBA), the Leopoldo Lugones cinema of the General San Martin Theater, the International Film Festival of Uruguay and currently for the Antofagasta International Film Festival, Chile (ANTOFACINE). He has been a jury of international film festivals, moderated round tables on different topics related to the audiovisual and dictated masterclasses with directors suchs as Bong Joon-ho, Leos Carax, Claire Denis. He writes for the magazine Haciendo Cine and on the website Encerrados Afuera.
Graduated from Korea University majoring in Philosophy & English Literature. He made his debut with The Attorney (2013) and then directed Steel Rain (2017) and Steel Rain2: Summit (2019). He is also a cartoonist who wrote V, If Thou Must Love Me, Steel Rain and others.
Kang Gil-woo began receiving attention with his outstanding performance in Pollock (2017) and won the Stella Award (also known as the Best Actor Award) at the 5th Catholic Film Festival with Morning of the Dead (2018). He also performed impressively in To My River (2018), The Boy From Nowhere (2019), and One Blue Rainy Day (2020). He is now appealing to many audiences with socially conscious films such as A Distant Place (2021) and DUST-MAN (2021), which have established him as one of the most acclaimed actors in the Korean independent film industry.
Oh Heejung is a producer with a consulting background. After gaining expertise in international expansion strategies helping local and European businesses, Oh entered the film industry as a distributor of award-winning Asian documentaries. Her career evolved into a more expansive role since founding Seesaw Pictures in 2017. The documentaries she produced have fared remarkably well in theaters as well as in film festivals. She continues to work with talented directors with artistic vision and powerful insight. An alumni of EURODOC and Rotterdam Lab, Oh has served as a jury member at DOK Leipzig and Sheffield Doc/Fest, and as a mentor at EIDF Global Pitching Academy. Oh is dedicated to creating an energetic filmmaking environment that is also sustainable for all.
Graduated from KNUA majoring in film. Light My Fire (2007) and A Trip To the Moon (2009), his short films, were screened in a variety of international film festivals including Berlinale, Vancouver/Busan/Jeonju/Bucheon International Film Festival. And then he directed several feature films; Ensemble (2012), Born To Sing (2013), The Sound of a Flower (2015) and SAMJIN COMPANY ENGLISH CLASS (2020).