DaEun Jung is a dancer-choreographer who connects different times and spaces through her dance-making and movement practice. Her work has been presented at Electric Lodge, Highways, The Mortuary, Pieter, and REDCAT (LA) and Movement Research at Judson Church (NYC). She has worked with choreographers and artistic directors such as Victoria Marks, Milka Djordjevich, Oguri & Roxanne Steinberg, Yuval Sharon, Ros Warby, Wilfried Souly, Jeanine Durning, and Melinda Ring.
DaEun has redefined the principle, form, structure, and function of Korean classical/folk dance in inter/multi-cultural settings as a continuation of her graduate study at UCLA where she received her MFA in choreography and Westfield Emerging Artist Award. Previously, she performed in Asia and Europe as a dancer of Gyeonggi Provincial Dance Company, a dance organization renowned for its traditional and contemporary Korean dance repertoire, and also performed as a main actress in Tokebi Storm, a rhythmic physical theater group, presenting Korean-style drumming and dance in more than 1,000 shows to worldwide audiences.