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Ellen Y. D. KIM

Ellen Y. D. KIM majored in aesthetics. She worked as a program coordinator at Busan International Film Festival, a chief of international marketing at Unikorea Culture & Art Investment, and a programmer at Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival. In 2006, she was responsible for the planning and overall management of Busan International Film Festival's Asian Film Market. She also worked as a producer for the film Cry Woman, Hanaan and as a co-producer on Night and Day.

KIM Bongseok

KIM Bongseok worked as a journalist for CINEPHILE, CINE21, and The Hankyoreh, and as editor-in-chief for the culture magazine BRUT and the comic book webzine Acomics. He has written mostly on the topic of popular culture (e.g. films, animations, genre fiction, web novels, Japanese culture), and has also been involved in various other projects as a film producer and a publication coordinator. Books written by KIM Bongseok include titles such as My Pop Culture Adventures, Hard Boiled is My Strength, Writing Film Reviews, and Genre Guide for Web Novel Writers 3: Mysteries. He has also co-authored novels such as Horror Movie, SF Movie, Zombie Dictionary, and Detective Dictionary.

MO Eunyoung

Programmer MO Eunyoung majored in film theory and animation theory. She was a writer for EBS programs such as Cinema Paradiso and Anitopia, as well as for numerous film columns in magazines and daily newspapers such as FILM2.0, DVD2.0, and KINO. MO Eunyoung has also worked as a programmer for Korean Film Archive Cinematheque KOFA for nine years, since it first opened. She currently works as a programmer and a programming consultant for events such as Indi-AniFest, the Jeju Film Festival, and the Chungmuro International Musical Film Festival.

Jongsuk Thomas NAM

Jongsuk Thomas NAM majored in RTVF/Communication Arts. He returned to Korea from the US to be an assistant director to a film Jungle Story. He worked for Busan International Film Festival from 1997 and on as the coordinator of Kim Kiyoung Retrospective, the Festival Coordinator at BIFF and the Senior Coordinator of Pusan Promotion Plan (PPP). After working as the general secretariat of the Network for the Promotion of Asia Pacific Cinema (NETPAC), he joined Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival (BIFAN) in 2007. He is currently a festival consultant of BIFAN and the managing director of Network of Asian Fantastic Films (NAFF).


MOON Seok majored in anthropology. In 1991, he was formally introduced to the world of movies when he watched a film in 'Movie Space 1895' - Korea's first videotheque. He started working for the culture desk at Korea Joongang Daily in 1995, and later went on to write about films at CINE21 in the year 2000. In 2010, he became the editor-in-chief of CINE21, and he held the position for 3 years. MOON Seok also worked as the editor-in-chief of Korea Film Council's (KOFIC) webzine, Film Technology, in 2015. From 2013 on, he has been on the planning committee for the crowdfunding site Funding 21, and since 2016, he has been working as the head of administration for film import company CINE LUX.