Moon Seung-wook graduated from the National Film School in Łódź in Poland and won a number of awards at Korean film festivals for his short films such as Mother (1994) and Old Airplane (1995). His feature film Taekwondo (1998) was premiered at the Busan International Film Festival, and he won the Best Actress Award and the Critics Award at the Locarno Film Festival for The Butterfly (2001). He also won the Grand Award in the Video Section at the Locarno Film Festival for After the War (2002), the digital omnibus project of the Jeonju International Film Festival. He directed the commercial film Romance in 2005. Starting with Watch Tower (2014), he is focusing on documentary work on buildings, cities, and urban landscapes viewed by architects.
Yu Ye-jin was a children’s story writer. Starting with a scriptwriter for Director Moon Seung-wook’s documentary Watch Tower (2014), she participated in editing the feature film Set Play (2019). She also participated in the documentary about architect Jang Yun-gyu as a writer and editorial director, and established JENNY FILM to carry out urban regeneration documentary works.