Wonjae Lee

CEO / Founder

wonjae.lee@lab2050.org


Lee is a journalist and an economic policy expert. He advises President Moon Jae-In in future social policies as a Member of Presidential Committee on Aging Society and Population Policy in the Korean government.


His main interests are how business and work will change through digital transformation and what are policy alternatives to mitigate its negative impact and maximize its positive impact. He writes columns for various newspapers and magazines in Korea. 


He earned an MBA at MIT Sloan School of Management in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA).


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Donghyun Go

Planning Manager

dong.go@lab2050.org


Go studied economics, finance and applied statistics and earned M.A (Economics) 


He did researches and projects of CSR and Social Enterprise at HERI (Hankyoreh Economic Research Institute) and SCG(Social Consulting Group) as a research assistant. And he worked as Research Analyst of CSR rating and corporate governance at Sustinvest, Korean Responsible investment advisory firm.


His primary interests are global/digital economy and the inequality. He is focused on social economy and social innovation as an alternatives to solve these problems. He aims to build the next paradigms and systems that focused on humanity, community and ecological values over capital and technology

Jaehyun Song

Manager, Policy Research

jhsong@lab2050.org


Song studied anthropology at the undergraduate school and earned a master's degree in business engineering. She has done new product development and marketing work at credit card companies and credit bureaus. And she conducted business strategy research at IT companies' R&D centers and bank research institutes. Working in various industries, her core interest has always been 'people', so she has focused on meeting and observing multiple people, analyzing consumers, and creating new markets. 


As she raised three children, she became interested in society and policies in earnest, and joined LAB2050 with a desire to help children live in a better environment and society. She is in charge of policy research at LAB, and she always thinks about how to become a society where future generations can dream of the future without worry and tries to find a way. 

Minjin Kim

Researcher

mj.kim@lab2050.org


Kim studied cultural properties management and earned a master's degree in urban sociology under the theme of traditional culture. 

She continues her research, considering the modern value of Cultural heritage including intangible things. At the same time, she focused on the youth generation with diverse identities while working on public relations office in public organizations. Watching them dreaming of a free and safe society, she decided to realize the future she wanted to live in. Now she envisions a society in which authenticity and sustainability are promised and seeks concrete alternatives. 

In a society where all happy individuals are respected, she wants to suggest ways for cultural heritage and community to coexist. 


Wonjae Lee

CEO / Founder

wonjae.lee@lab2050.org

Lee is a journalist and an economic policy expert. He advises President Moon Jae-In in future social policies as a Member of Presidential Committee on Aging Society and Population Policy in the Korean government.


His main interests are how business and work will change through digital transformation and what are policy alternatives to mitigate its negative impact and maximize its positive impact. He writes columns for various newspapers and magazines in Korea. 


He earned an MBA at MIT Sloan School of Management in Cambridge, Massachusetts (USA).


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Donghyun Go

Planning Manager

dong.go@lab2050.org

Go studied economics, finance and applied statistics and earned M.A (Economics) 


He did researches and projects of CSR and Social Enterprise at HERI (Hankyoreh Economic Research Institute) and SCG(Social Consulting Group) as a research assistant. And he worked as Research Analyst of CSR rating and corporate governance at Sustinvest, Korean Responsible investment advisory firm.


His primary interests are global/digital economy and the inequality. He is focused on social economy and social innovation as an alternatives to solve these problems. He aims to build the next paradigms and systems that focused on humanity, community and ecological values over capital and technology.

JaeHyun Song

Manager, Policy Research

jhsong@lab2050.org

Song studied anthropology at the undergraduate school and earned a master's degree in business engineering.

She has done new product development and marketing work at credit card companies and credit bureaus.

And she conducted business strategy research at IT companies' R&D centers and bank research institutes.

Working in various industries, her core interest has always been 'people', so she has focused on meeting and observing multiple people, analyzing consumers, and creating new markets.


As she raised three children, she became interested in society and policies in earnest, and joined LAB2050 with a desire to help children live in a better environment and society.

She is in charge of policy research at LAB, and she always thinks about how to become a society where future generations can dream of the future without worry and tries to find a way.

Minjin Kim

Researcher

mj.kim@lab2050.org

Kim studied cultural properties management and earned a master's degree in urban sociology under the theme of traditional culture.

She continues her research, considering the modern value of Cultural heritage including intangible things.

At the same time, she focused on the youth generation with diverse identities while working on public relations office in public organizations.

Watching them dreaming of a free and safe society, she decided to realize the future she wanted to live in. Now she envisions a society in which authenticity and sustainability are promised and seeks concrete alternatives.

In a society where all happy individuals are respected,

she wants to suggest ways for cultural heritage and community to coexist.

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Wonjae Lee
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