Since joining the Post in 2021 as Personal Tech Editor, Mr. Yun-hee has demonstrated outstanding skills in carrying out the Post’s mission of covering Silicon Valley for citizens and consumers, and has been a top story writer. We’ve brought you the scoop, insightful features, reader-friendly commentary, interactive quizzes, and engaging videos. As the founding editor of Help His Desk, a must-read destination for personal technology articles, Yunhee has led an ambitious project on technology and loneliness, aka “Plug In, Left Out.” A series on transformation in America’s workplaces, also known as Work: Reimagined. Columnist Jeffrey Fowler’s original exploration of artificial intelligence, Tesla’s Autopilot, and other technologies. In 2022, Yunhee launches Shira Ovide’s “The Tech Friend,” a witty, slightly moody, twice-weekly newsletter that helps readers keep up with the latest tech news and developments. Did. Most recently, Yun-hee led news coverage of the turmoil on his OpenAI board of directors, and he worked nearly around the clock to document Altman’s dizzying dismissal and his return as CEO. Ta.
Before joining the Post, Yun-hee spent more than 20 years at the Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones, where he covered technology and business as a reporter and editor in New York, Hong Kong and Seoul, and led news teams covering Asia. was leading. The rapid growth of the technology industry, the rise of Samsung and the Chinese internet giants. At the Journal, Mr. Yun-hee also led its expansion into live technology events, serving as editorial director of its flagship program WSJ Tech Live, where he conducted on-stage interviews with numerous technology newsmakers.
Yun-Hee will continue to work with Enterprise technology editor Alexis Sobel Fitts and Policy technology editor Mark Seibel, who oversee the other half of The Post’s technology team.