Jasujang Choi, You-hyun, born as the youngest of the four boys and three girls in Jeonnam Mokpo. She liked to make anything and had good dexterous since childhood, learned embroidery from her mother when she was 15. At the time, most families did embroidery and it was the easiest thing to learn. After that, she met master Kwon Su-san and it was the turning point for her to become a to live a full-fledged embroidery life from a student who just had a talent on handicraft. She started to learn embroidery from Kwon Su-san, who evacuated from Seoul to Mokpo shortly after the Korean War. After that, she went to Busan following Professor Kwon, Su-san who was appointed as the Head of Department of Home Economics at Dong-A University in Busan. However, the distance between the professor Kwon Su-san and the master began to arise. Because professor Kwon’s family was involved in the leftist movement and encouraged her to accept the western and Japanese artifacts. In the end, as she started teaching, she eventually left her professor.Although she won two prized at the National Art Exhibition and continued her work activities during the breaks and weekends, in order to professionally perform her works, she set up an embroidery institute after retiring from her 10 years of teaching experience. Since there was a word of mouth that she embroidered President Park Chung-hee’s writing, many orders came in, and the master’s work was also included as a gift presented to the President of Germany during the visit to Korea.