I’m a sound artist and researcher based in Scotland, originally from South Korea. My research focuses on creative experiments using interactive game technology, embodied digital expression, digital art/game aesthetics, accessibility/inclusivity, and playful engagement. My sound and interactive dance works have been shown at national/international conferences and festivals such as Sonica, ISEA, xCoAx, ICLI, PlayAway Festival, NEoN Digital Arts Festival, MIVSC São Carlos Videodance Festival, Athens Video Dance Project, Vivarium Festival, and among others. For my PhD, I used ‘restriction’ as a core stimulus for both choreography and sound composition, and endeavoured to integrate my interactive sound system into the creative process of choreographic composition. In 2019, I joined the AHRC-funded research centre InGAME in Dundee as a Postdoctoral R&D in Interactive Engagement. From March 2022, I started teaching at Abertay University as a Lecturer in Creative Computing.