Nayoung Aimee Kwon is Associate Professor in the Department of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies and Program in Cinematic Arts at Duke University. She is the Founding Director of Duke's Asian American and Diaspora Studies Program and Co-director of the Andrew Mellon Games and Culture Humanities Lab. Her most recent monograph is Intimate Empire. Takushi Odagiri is Associate Professor of Ethics and Philosophy in the Institute of Liberal Arts and Science and in the School of Social Innovation Studies at Kanazawa University. His publications appear in positions: asia critique, boundary 2, Journal of Religion, and Tetsugaku, among other venues. Moonim Baek is Professor of Korean Language amd Literature at Yonsei University. She is the author of Chum A-ut: Hankuk Yŏnghwa ŭi Chŏngch'ihak (Zoom-Out: Politics of Korean Cinema), Hyŏngŏn: Munhakkwa yŏnghwa ŭi wŏnkŭnpŏp (Figural Images: Perspectives on Literature and Film), Wŏlha ŭi Yŏkoksŏng: Yŏkwiro Ponŭn Hankuk Kongpoyŏnghwasa (Scream under the Moon: Korean Horror Film History through Female Ghosts), and Im Hwa ŭi Yŏnghwa (Im Hwa's Cinema).