Jeong Seon was a Korean landscape painter, also known by the pen name Kyomjae.
His cha was Wonbaek and another ho was Nangok. His works include ink and oriental water paintings, such as Inwangjesaekdo, Geumgang jeondo, and Ingokjeongsa, as well as numerous "true-view" landscape paintings on the subject of Korea and the history of its culture. He is counted among the most famous Korean painters.
The landscape paintings that he produced reflect most of the geographical features of Korea. His style is realistic rather than abstract.