Hyun-Joo Huh (b. 1962) studied photography in Korea and the United States. She works on both research and documentary photography in Korea and was a photojournalist before becoming a photography educator. Her work focuses on social problems of Korean women, such as the life of the survivors of Japanese military sexual slavery and Korean adoptees overseas. She has held five solo exhibitions and joined many group exhibitions both domestic and overseas. (Photo shot in Jeonju, Korea 2018. Photo sponsors: Woody and Nancy Harrison.)