Minsu Kim is a renowned film director known for his exceptional storytelling and creative vision based in Seoul, South Korea.  With a strong foundation in media philosophy, he embarks on a creative journey where video becomes his canvas for artistic expression.

With a career spanning over a decade, Minsu has collaborated with renowned artists, brands, and organizations to produce visually stunning and thought-provoking videos.   From mesmerizing art pieces to captivating music videos, thought-provoking journalism to impactful brand films, he utilizes the power of visuals to create immersive and unforgettable experiences. But his goal goes beyond creating transient content. He aspires for his stories to resonate deeply and stand the test of time, reaching wider audiences and leaving a lasting impression.

For Minsu, the camera lens is not just an instrument; it holds the ability to capture the essence and meaning within every frame. It is through his work that he strives to transcend the individual and connect with viewers on a profound level. Minsu firmly believes that collaboration extends beyond personal boundaries, enabling us to surpass limitations and unlock new realms of creativity.

Join Minsu on this cinematic journey as we explore the art of storytelling through the lens of my camera. Together, let's embark on a transformative visual experience that will captivate hearts, challenge perceptions, and leave an indelible mark on the world".

Joined the video team of the Republic of Korea Air Force in 2013, producing the hip-hop music video 'Military Swagger'.
Collaborated with the creative crew ABOUT KO to create the film essay 'ABOUT MEMORY'.
Involved in journalism projects as part of the SEEMORE team at Google News Lab, partnering with the media outlet 'SisaIN' in 2016.
Produced short documentaries such as 'When Sunflowers Bloom', 'Iceland' and 'Empty House'.
Received the Multimedia Storytelling Award for the documentary 'Empty House' at an online journalism award ceremony.
Worked with EBS for 'Relational Pronouns', CJ for 'Gamer+', the icon TV for film director content, and the National Card for designer content.
Collaborated with international organizations like the World Health Organization (WHO) and Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders).
Directed music videos for various artists, including MBA, Kim Pomme, Minje, and the idol group Mad Monster.
Directed the music video 'Last Scene' for EXO's Chen, featuring actor Park Hae-soo from the drama series 'Squid Game'.
Directed 'Take me Back In Time,' the comeback music video for Roy Kim after four years of hiatus
Created brand films for companies like CKD Pharmaceutical, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, Namhansanseong, INFINIX Zero smartphones, and Hyundai Genesis automobiles.

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