JANG Kunjae (born 1977 in Daegu and raised in Seoul) is a Korean filmmaker, producer, writer, editor and cinematographer. He studied cinematography at Korean Academy of Film Arts(KAFA) and received an MFA in Film & Image Production from Chung-Ang University in 2007. Forging his way as a filmmaker with directing many short films and photographing various independent films, he took on his own story in his feature directorial debut, EIGHTEEN in 2009 based on his own dramatic teen life. He is a longtime fan of a Korean novelist Park Mingyu and a Japanese novelist Murakami Haruki.
KIM Woori (born 1980 in Daejeon and raised in Incheon) is a Korean filmmaker, producer and cinematographer. She studied cinematography at Korean Academy of Film Arts(KAFA). Her filmography includes Korean feature films such as SPRING BREEZE(2003), GHOSTHOUSE(2004), HELLCATS(2007), DACHIMAWA LEE(2007), documentaries, music videos, and short films as a cinematographer, assistant camera, gaffer and lighting technician. Since 2009, she has produced all JANG Kunjae's features.
YOUN (born and raised in Seoul, Korea) studied photography at Southern Institute of Technology in New Zealand. He worked as an assistant director for CAMEL(S) in 2002, and produced short film OLDMANCE in 2014. He is a freelance English translator, and his work includes SLEEPLESS NIGHT(2012), A MIDSUMMER'S FANTASIA(2014) and COME SPRING(2016). He works for MOCUSHURA regarding international businesses.