Yong Sin was born in Seoul, Korea and is a graduate of Otis College of Art and Design. Her works are in the collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Harbor–UCLA Medical Center, Microsoft Corporation among others. Her works are in numerous corporate and international private collections.
She has been exhibited at several museums and galleries nationally and internationally including Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Torrance Art Museum; Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art; Southern Utah Museum of Art, CSULA; Daejeon Museum of Art in Daejeon, Korea, and Los Angeles International Airport at Terminal 1 both Gate 1 & 2 and a year later at Terminal 2. She had thirty solo exhibitions including two forthcomings in September in 2019.
Her works are reviewed by magazines and newspapers including Daily Breeze, Press-Telegram, Los Angeles Times, Artnet, Korea times, Korea Daily, The Aesthetic, and LA Weekly.
Her works are featured in a set for numerous production companies most notably The Steve Jobs Film/Desperate Housewives/Rules of Engagement/Suburgatory/Tonight Show with Jay Leno and commercials such as Heineken/Samsung/Mitubishi/Are you there Vodka/ Microsoft/AT&T/Taco Bell and many more.
She has participated in International art fairs such as Art Cologne, The Armory, Chicago Art Fair, Miami Art Fair, KIAF, Seoul International Contemporary Art Fair, Palm Springs Fine Art Fair, and Los Angeles Art Show.
Yong Sin lives and works in San Pedro, California.