Yun was born and raised in Seoul, Korea. Following her graduation from University, Yun went to the U.S.A., to pursue a Master’s degree in Business.

In Baltimore, Yun met her husband, Raf, who was enchanted by the extraordinary flavors of Korean cuisine. Yun, Raf and their two children moved to Ghent, Belgium in 2008. Yun completed cooking courses at a professional cooking school in Gent, Belgium in 2013 and finished the Korean Royal Cuisine and the Korean Royal dessert course in Seoul, Korea in 2019. She also learned Temple cuisine from Ven. Jeong Kwan, a buddhist nun and world-renowned chef.

Yun not only runs her cooking studio” Yun’s Kitchen” in Meise, but is also a cooking instructor at the Korean Cultural Center and at the King Sejong Academy in Brussels. She was also the head chef to serve Korean cuisine for the Korean Embassy’s official events until summer 2023.

Yun is recognized as a Korean Cuisine Specialist, having been appointed by the Korean Food Promotion Institute, a government organization in Korea.

Cooking is Yun’s life; she develops recipes based on her impressions of American, Belgian and Korean food, her experiences, research, and locally available ingredients.

Yun also likes to share her secret recipes from her family in Seoul.