Sue-Yeon Youn KR
Sue-Yeon Youn was born in 1981 in South Korea. In 1987 she took up ballet and Korean traditional dance classes and in 1994 she attended the Seoul Arts High School. In 2002 she graduated from the dance department at the Korean National University of Arts. Between 2001 and 2003 she worked as a dancer in the Sungsoo Ahn Pick-up Group in Korea. In 2003 and 2004 Sue-Yeon studied at the Rotterdam Dance Academy. From 2004 till 2006 she followed the Research Cycle at P.A.R.T.S., from which she graduated with Love. Death. My life with Ting -Yu. Oh wait, I am you.
In 2006 she participated at Deborah Hay’s Solo Performance Commissioning project o,o at the Findhorn Community Foundation in Scotland. Sue-Yeon joined Rosas for the creation of Steve Reich Evening and took part in the creation of Zeitung, En Atendant, Golden Hours (As you like it) and the revivals of Rosas danst Rosas, Bartók/Mikrokosmos, Elena’s Aria and Drumming. She worked with David Zambrano for Soul project (2006) and created a duet for his piece called Holes (2010). In 2016, she collaborated with Georgia Vardarou for the creation of New Narratives. In 2019 she collaborated with Femke Gyselinck for thecreation of Moving ballads/2020, Letters 2 Dance/ 2022. In 2021 She contributed as dancer to the creation of Fruit Tree by Lara Barsacq.