Kim Ju-young is a Korean author of science fiction and fantasy, one of editors of Webzine Mirror. She made her debut as a writer while publishing an omnibus SF stories “They call him Naho(2002)". It was much loved by Korean old SF fans. In 2002, her second novel "The tenth world" won Golden Dragon Literary Award which was once the most honorable award given to Korean fantasy writers. Since that time, she has published numbers of novels and short-story collections. Among her short stories, “An angel passes” included the best 10 Korean SF short stories collection, "U, Robot(2009)". And many other works were included in several collections the representative Korean SF/Fantasy stories and genre magazine like “Happy SF” and “Fantastic”. She covers a wide range of themes, styles, and genres of fiction. Her works are often full of philosophy about human relationship and honestly capture the truth about the weight of life. In 2017, she published SF novel about mass migration to the future, "Time exiles".