First of all, thank you for visiting my portfolio!

My name is Gwangyeong Yun. I studied game programming at Futuregames, Stockholm. I have two lovely children and a wife (Josefin De La Motte) who was also a programming student at Futuregames.

I have always wanted to try different things out of the ordinary. For example, I enrolled in University at age 16. Later, I achieved my goal to serve in the army as a leader instead of a regular soldier. Now, I'm trying to settle my life outside of my home country South Korea.

My previous experiences (as a leader, and a teacher) taught me not only about taking responsibility but also the importance for each individual to work together to reach a common goal. 

During my time at Futuregames, I have completed four cross-discipline team projects, which has taught me how much I love to make games and live out my passion as a programmer.

I'm so excited to dive into the game industry​ and to be a part of game development. Besides, It would be amazing to see people enjoying the game I participate in.

Now, I am ready to put in the work and develop the games of the future. Feel free to reach out to me if you want to know more about me.

Thank you!


May, 2021 - Now

Divine Robot

Software Programmer

  • What did I do?

Working in a small team developing a VR hunting simulation using UE4.

  • What did I learn from the experience?

I learned to be a generalist since the team is small. One of my favorite things working in a small team is that I become a big part of the product!

Aug, 2019 - Dec, 2021


Game Programmer

  • What did I do?

Developed systems and games, including four released games in cross-discipline teams.

  • What did I learn from the experience?

I learned how to work in a team, how to work with other disciplines. Now I feel ready to be in a bigger and more professional team and I have the confidence to be an important part of a team!

May, 2017 - Nov, 2017

KIC Campus Academy

Back-End Web Developer

  • What did I do?

Developed a web site in a team using Java Spring Framework.

  • What did I learn from the experience?

I learned that programming language is not too difficult but they are rather interesting and fun to learn! I was so happy that I finally found what I want to do! I found myself enjoy learning programming languages!

Jul, 2016 ~ May, 2017

Haebub Math Academy

Help Teacher in Mathematics

  • What did I do?

Teaching math to students up to 10th grade.

  • What did I learn from the experience?

I learned that every student has their own way to learn. So I spent time researching many different ways to teach. With this experience, I learned to approach and communicate in several ways which helps me a lot when communicating with team members during game development.

Mar, 2013 ~ Jul 2016

Korean Army

Lieutenant in Military Police

  • What did I do?

Served as Platoon Leader, Vice-Company Commander.

  • What did I learn from the experience?

It's impossible to summarize everything I learned from my time in the army into one paragraph. If I can only choose one thing to mention, it's that I learned what it takes to be a good leader for my team and how important it is for a unit to work together to reach a common goal.

Sep, 2012 ~ Nov, 2012

GS Logistics center & 

Korean restaurant

Part-time worker

  • What did I do?

Loading & stacking boxes in a warehouse during weekdays and serving and cleaning in a restaurant during weekends.

  • What did I learn from the experience?

The part-time jobs I had were during a very difficult time of my life. Through it all, I learned perseverance and that I need to work hard to overcome obstacles, whatever they may be.

2010 ~ 2012

Lee-Bo Young’s Talking Club &

Private Tutoring

Help-teacher in English and Mathematics

  • What did I do?

Teaching English and Mathematics individually to students.

  • What did I learn from the experience?

This was my first job. I was nervous and inexperienced, so I made lots of mistakes. However, my boss at the time helped me gain confidence in myself and my work, which inspired me to do the same for others in the future.