15 Influential Young South Korean Entrepreneurs under 30 in 2016. Forbes Asia Magazine has selected the top promising young leaders, daring entrepreneurs and game changers and Asian startups in ten different sectors. The first-ever “30 Under 30 Asia” list, featuring 300 young innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders across Asia in 10 categories who are under 30 years of age and who are transforming business, technology, industry, media, culture and more. Below is the Asia categorized full list of the fifteen talented and recognized individuals from South Korea.

15 Influential Young South Korean Entrepreneurs – Forbes magazine

Entertainment & Sports South Korea (6) – Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia List 2016
Choi Si-Won, 29 – Singer & Actor, Super Junior
Im Yoona, 25 – K-pop Artist, Girls’ Generation
Kim Soo-Hyun, 28 – Actor
Kwon Ji-Yong (G-Dragon), 27 – K-pop Star
Lim Hyung Joo, 29 – Opera Singer
Yuna Kim, 25 – Former Olympic Champion Figure Skater

Finance & Venture Capital South Korea (4) – Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia List 2016

Christine Aum, 28 – Senior Associate, SparkLabs Global Ventures
Hee-Eun Park, 29 – Principal, Altos Ventures
Cofounder & Development Lead, TofuPay – Cofounder & CEO, Tumblbug
Tim Chae, 24 – Partner, 500 Startups

South Korea – Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia List 2016 – Continued …

Consumer Technology South Korea 2016 (2)
Jayoung Yoon, 27 – Founder & CEO, StyleShare
Jinha Lee, 29 – Cofounder, Eone Timepieces

Enterprise Technology South Korea 2016 (1)
Kelvin Dongho Kim, 28 – Cofounder & CEO, Idincu

Media, Marketing & Advertising South Korea 2016 (1)
Seung-yoon Lee, 25 – Cofounder & CEO, Byline/Radish

The Arts South Korea (1)
Irene Kim, 28 – Blogger & Model

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