Jung S Kim was born and raised in Seoul and majored in Photography in Chung-Ang University in Korea. Kim has been continuing to build her career as a photographic artist after immigrating in the US in 2002. In 2015, her work has exhibited at New York Foundation for the Art in Brooklyn and Deutshe Bank Americas Foundation in NYC. In 2014, she has participated in “The 3rd Asian Women Photographer Showcase Obscura Festival 2014” in Penang, Malaysia and Daegu Photo Biennale 2014 in Daegu, Korea. And also, she has been invited to attend The New York Times-Lens second annual New York Portfolio Review and her work was chosen for inclusion in “Photography NOW 2014” at The Center for Photography at Woodstock in NY. In 2013, she was awarded as one of "The 2013 Grand Prix Juror Award of Merit winners" Grand Prix de Découverte: International Fine Art Photography Award. And her “Circle I-I and II” series have been published as “Zine Collection No10, Circle” by Editions Bessard in Paris. Elsewhere her work has exhibited nationally and internationally at Arles Photo Festival in France, Kwangju Biennale, and Seoul Metropolitan Museum, Daelim Museum in Korea and HEREart Center, Coohaus Art, Elga Wimmer PCC, Dean Project in NYC etc. Her collections are The Center for Photography at Woodstock in New York, FNAC (Fonds National d’Art Contemporian) in France, Luciano Benetton Collection in Italy, and Daelim Museum, Samtan Art Mine Museum in Korea.