Jisu started his magic career when he was 15 when he joined a student magic society and soon after won a prize at the national student magic convention organised by the South Korea Ministry of Art and Culture.

At 17 Jisu obtained an apprenticeship with a magic entertainment company where he was able to hone his skills in the company of experienced magicians, learning professional techniques and showmanship.

By the age of 20 he was working alongside his teachers and teaching magic himself upcoming magician.

He had also started to explore the art of creating magic by building his own illusions from scratch and subsequently handing on this expertise in illusion building and showmanship to magicians just startin out in the business.

For two years Jisu did military service but still found the opportunity to instruct some of his fellow soldiers in magic and was called upon to demonstrate his skills in front of the top brass at military ceremonies.

After military service he resumed his career as a professional magician, builder of illusions and teacher/mentor of budding magicians.

He was also comissioned as magic consultant for the movie “The Magician” (2015). He taught the lead actors magic skills. devised the routines, built the illusions, and acted as a ‘magic’ hand double for the lead in some of the more difficult manipulations.

After stints working in the USA and 2015 he relocated to the UK where he has continued his career performing in cabaret, cruise ships corporate work and street festivals.