Born in South Korea in working class family, I studied law in the university when Korea went through the financial crisis in late 90s. During the university, I tried to be with people who were excluded from the mainstream society, the disable, and the workers on strike, and the evicted as a student activist.
My first photo, beautiful autumn sky in Korea was taken by Iphone 4 at 2011, while I had experience of working as a firefighter as for compulsory military service, and taking videos of those fired area.
When I moved to Hong Kong and lived as an alien, NIKON FM2 camera became my only friend. I started taking street photos, where I can observe and get comforted from those people who live through their daily life on the street.
Umbrella revolution in Hong Kong at 2014 was the time when I started wondering about my identity as a photographer, the meaning of being a photographer and what my photos are for. I decided to live as a photographer. My journey as a photographer just started while working as an engineer.