Gim Jungi is now the chief curator in the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (Korea). He has worked as curator and art critic in Korea. He was the director of the Jeju Museum of Art, the chief curator of the Daejeon Museum of Art, and the curator of the Busan Museum of Art.
While in the Daejeon Museum of Art, he worked on Project Daejeon, which explores and connects the two fields, Science and Art. His main interest is in social art and tries to connect with local communities in site-specific projects. He has written many critical journals and participated in conferences and workshops in Korea that explore the fields of art, public art, social art, community as well as Science and Art.