Kent Kim, who moved to the U.S. at the age of 17, met Baek Nam-joon,
a world famous video-artist in Manhattan, New York. At Harvard, he wrote letters to 10,000 world's best leaders,
including legendary investor Warren Buffett and received replies from Coca-Cola Chairman of the U.S.,
Ford Motor Chairman, Mitsubishi Group Chairman of Japan, and Matsushita Group Chairman. After graduation,
he traded securities on Wall Street for a while, but in 1998, he held an art exhibition for Anthony Queen,
the main character of the Old Man and Sea, at the Seoul Arts Center, and visited Cheong Wa Dae to promote a
meeting between President Kim Dae Jung and Cardinal Kim Soo-hwan.
In 2000, he published a series of cartoons called the Harvard Man in the Dong-A Ilbo. He returned to Korea in 2005, and helped Chungdam Institute to be listed on KOSDAQ stocks. In 2008, he met with UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, and has successfully carried out the UN WFP National Bicycle Project for two years since 2016, and has been visiting Germany every year. In 2018, he visited the Gemini Exchange in New York, which was founded by Winklevoss brothers and visited Malta to meet the former Minister of Economy, John Dali. In 2021, he served as CEO of Coinbit, a cryptocurrency exchange in Korea.