Wonjo Jeong is a producer working at Moho Film, a production company owned by the acclaimed Korean filmmaker Park Chan-wook. Wonjo was born in Korea and lived there until the age of 12 when his family immigrated to New Zealand, where he completed his school education and a bachelor's degree in commerce and administration, with majors in marketing and commercial law. Along with a keen interest in filmmaking, his Korean-born New Zealander background and bilingual skills earned him the position of producer's assistant on Antarctic Journal (2005) directed by Yim Pil-sung, which was filmed in New Zealand. He followed this with The Host (2006), a feature film directed by Bong Joon-ho, and the Korean television series Queen of the Game, serving as production coordinator for the New Zealand elements in these Korean productions In 2008 he was a visual effects coordinator on the film The Forbidden Kingdom, directed by Rob Minkoff, starring Jet Li and Jackie Chan. Not long after, Jeong started working with director Park Chan-wook and produced his short film Night Fishing (co-directed with brother, Chan-kyong), shot entirely with an Apple iPhone, which was the winner of the Golden Bear (Short Film) at the 2011 Berlin Film Festival. In 2013, he worked as a co-producer and translator on Park's first English feature film, Stoker, starring Mia Wasikowska, Matthew Goode and Nicole Kidman. Currently, he continues to work as one of the key members of Park's team.