Kang Soo-jin is the almost exclusively world class ballerina who was born in Seoul, South Korea in 1967. She made her way into dance from her early childhood. She entered Sunhwa arts middle school and majored Korean traditional dance and minored ballet. Soon, it turned out that she had a great talent in ballet which made Kang change her major into ballet. When the principle of the Monaco royal ballet school paid a visit to Sunhwa arts middle school Kang was a third grader and her great performance fascinated the principle. The principle supported her to study in the Monaco royal ballet school and became the world top class ballerina since then. She received a lot of awards from the Best Female Ballerina Award at the Prix Benois de la Danse to the John Cranko Award. She is truly a hard worker, in her case, dancer. Once Kang said, if the 100% is given amount of practice a day, she always did more than 100%. Kang's talent she was born with, of course, was one thing, but her magnificent efforts she poured to build her career was the crucial factor that brought her into where she is now. Her gnarly feet tell us how hard she has been working in her profession. Kang was the symbolic embodiment of hard working genius.