Mihyun Chung was born in Seoul, South Korea at 1975. She started the education practice, major in Early Childhood Education and taught several years in kindergarten. She went to Western Illinois University (WIU) and studied Graphic Design to expend her background from education to art and design education. In 2003, she graduated with a bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design, Minor in Ceramic, and many art awards from WIU. After she holds a BFA, she went to Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) to accomplish better career in teaching and design field.
While she was still studying, she produced many projects with design production studio in Georgia, USA, advertising studio in Seoul, Korea and non–profit organization in Seoul, Korea. Chung completed her Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design at the Savannah College of Art and Design. After finished degrees program, she opened the Stuziwon–M with Jiwon Kim at Seoul, Korea, and split her time between teaching and designing.
"I believe, an effective visual artist must have intuition. Although intuition cannot be learned, it can be nurtured, and education awakens the senses to digest life. To nurture intuition requires an understanding of psychological and social responses to visuals. All which can be developed through improving ones understanding of people, cultures, and environments."