About Minyoung

Minyoung is a co-leader of McKinsey's Asia Healthcare Practice. Since joining McKinsey in 2003, he has worked extensively on healthcare projects both in Japan and Korea as well as in the US.

Minyoung has deep insight in product strategy building, including physician and patient IDI's, product messaging and positioning. He advises pharmaceutical and medical devices companies, both multinational and local, in R&D and innovation, clinical development, and product launches. He helps build regulatory and local market access strategies focused on pricing, regulatory scenario building, and stakeholder management planning.

In the provider sector, Minyoung has extensive knowledge and expertise in service-line and growth strategy. He has also conducted demand and feasibility assessments for new hospitals.

Published work

The evolving role of medical affairs in Asia−Pacific: Three imperatives for pharmacos,” McKinsey & Company, April 2018

Elevating the impact of medical affairs in Japan,” McKinsey & Company, October 2017

Past experience

Seoul National University Hospital
Clinical fellow of transplantation surgery


Harvard Business School

Seoul National University
MD and MSc in medical science