Every year Forbes announces a list of young visionaries boldly refining various industries across the world.
And this year, over 20 young South Korean entrepreneurs made it to the Forbes list with their outstanding achievements and unlimited potential.
We have today two of the Korean startup founders on stanby, joining us first is KIM Do-jin, CEO of 'Happy Moonday.'
The company is navigating the uncharted territory in feminine healthcare industry, a field garnering much attention and expanding opportunities as of late. Welcome to the program.
When you first started developing sanitary pads as an individual business owner in 2016, feminine product market in South Korea was dominated by four industry giants. What motivated you to dive into the market that seems already packed?
Happy Moonday is setting a new industry standard with its novel products such as subscription service and women's healthcare application Heymoon. Tell us more about this, and what inspired you to come up with these innovative ideas?
How can HappyMoonday's success in FemmeTech, an industry that promotes advances in women's health mental well-being, pave the pathway for the next generation of young female entrepreneurs in the industry?
What would you pick as one critical element that led to your success, and make it to the Forbes' list of under 30 top Asian entrepreneurs?
KIM Do-jin, CEO of Happy Moonday joining us tonight. Thank you and congratulations for making it to the globally recognized list.
South Korea also boasts many of the world's leading young companies in the field of innovative technology and artificial intelligence.
Up next we have CEO JEONG Seung-hwan of 'LionRocket', an AI-based voice synthesis technology company now embarking on its next step towards video production.
Thank you for joining us.
* Fake content created through Text to Speech by LionRocket
Voice recognition technology using artificial intelligence (AI) is evolving… from simple note-taking app that translates speech to text and to speech synthesis services that could mimic anything just as a real person would say. What prompted you to launch a startup in the field of voice technology?
LionRocket is unique in that you have the technology to create a voice engine through deep learning 'Text to Speech', or TTS, which in turn can be used to create contents. In other words, you can synthesize a speech from pretty much any given text. It seems like the possibility is endless. What are some of the areas that LionRocket has utilized this technology and in what ways are they innovative?
What were the biggest challenges you faced from start to date, and how do you assess business startup environment in Korea when compared to other countries?
What do you think is the single most important quality that the leader of a startup must possess? Any word of advice and encouragement for young entrepreneurs?
Lionrocket CEO Jeong Seung-hwan for us, thank you for sharing your special business stories.