Young soon Her inserted an image of an artifact in a cell-patterned form, and then reproduced the cell patterns until they form an artwork. Her compared her practice with a cell that grows and spreads. According to her, textile arts expand not only within an assigned space but beyond the boundary of the space. In her work, diamond-shaped motifs are connected by rings and stitches and expand to form a long and short-sleeved robe. In the artwork of Young soon Her, the pattern of a pair of cranes was simplified and repeated throughout the whole piece like cell division.