Director Cho Sungwon graduated from the Department of Physics at Kyunghee University and built a career in the film business department in Geumgang group. Afterward he founded SIZ Entertainment Co., Ltd. and won Grand Prix in Annecy International Animation Film Festival for My Beautiful Girl, Mari (2002). He produced Springtime (2004), Hwang Jin Yi (2007), and I Saw The Devil (2010). He also served as the director of the Korean Academy of Film Arts.
Kim Donghyun is a leader in the distribution team in Cinema Service Co., Ltd. who distributed films such as Public Enemy (2001), Silmido (2003), Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) and more. He served as a team leader in investment and marketing in Cinema Service, and worked as a director in charge of Investment and distribution at Synergy House Ltd. He became the co-representative of Invent Stone film company and is currently the general manager in film business division in Merry Christmas Ltd.
Starting career as a reporter for film magazine Screen, she worked as chief editor of Movie Week and Max Movie. Since 2019, she has been the chief editor of the film entertainment media The Screen, creating media that extends the boundaries of the film. In 2021, she is responsible for the global promotion project ‘THE ACTOR IS PRESENT’ of 200 Korean actors.
Kang Kimyung worked as a team leader in CJ CGV Movie Collage for various theater contents projects and founded Loca Film Business Academy. In Megabox Plus M, she invested and distrib-uted THE OUTLAWS (2017) and Anarchist from the colony (2017). She is currently the president of Triple Pictures Inc., distributing successful and substantial films like Beauty Water (2020) and NAILED (2018)
Song Gyeongwon is a journalist for the weekly film magazine Cine21 and a film critic. He debuted as a film critic after winning Cine21 Film Critic Award in 2009 and completed his PhD in Film Theory at Dongguk University’s Graduate School of Visual Arts in 2012. He wrote Unknown Masters, Hidden Masterpieces (2015) and Lee Chung-Ho - Cartoonists and Webtoonists Critic Collection (2019) and co-wrote Producer (2019).
Shim Chanyang wrote and directed Behind the Dark Night (2017) and Da Capo (2019). He won the Special Jury Award in Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival for his short film Minsu Kim in Wonderland (2013). He also won Grand Prize for his first feature film Behind the Dark Night (2017) in Buchon International Fantastic Film Festival. Da Capo (2019) is selected for Opening Film in Jecheon International Music & Film Festival.
After founding NK Contents in 2013, Nam Kiho has been working in the field of acquisition, theatrical distribution, and digital distribution. His main acquisition films include Juon, Midnight Diner, Secret, In the Mood for Love, Chungking Express and others. The Korean films including The Third Child, Christmas Carol, and Where Would You Like to Go? that he invested to are to be released soon.
After directing Milky Way Liberation Front(2007), Yoon Seongho released one of the first Korean web-dramas entitled Read My Lips (2010), and then other web-dramas such as The Cravings (2013), The Outstanding Woman (2014), and Lily Fever (2015). Recently he planned, co-wrote, and directed Political Fever (2021), the WAVVE original series.
Cho Kye-young is CEO of Feel&Plan, a film marketing company. She has been working as marketer for approximate 200 films including Our President and Granny Poetry Club and expanded her field to musical including Big Fish and Beetle Juice in 2019. Recently, she is working for Mrs. Doubtfire and Moulin Rouge. She also won Female Marketer of the Year at Women Filmmakers’ Awards twice for Old Partner in 2009 and Aloners and The Seagull in 2021.
Try to Remember (2015), which discovered the music world of the Kim Sisters, the first girl group and the origin of Korean Wave, was the opening film of the 15th Jecheon International Music Film Festival and the closing film of the 2017 Korean Film Festival in Hungary. It was also invited to the Korean Film Festival in Spain. The Origin of K-Pop (2012), which shed light on the history of Korean remade songs in the 1960s and 70s, was also invited to the Jecheon International Music Film Festival. As such, director Kim Daehyun is an independent filmmaker who has been working on music documentaries related to the history of Korean popular songs. His next film Sisters will complete the forgotten history of Korean popular songs.