Jang Koal is a Korean surrealist artist born in Ulsan, South Korea. Her works, mixed with pop iconography, are seductive and mysterious. Koal's cat-eyed femme Fatales are the protagonists of a new tale of women, animated and inspired by Asian culture and elaborated by Koal with East Asian painting techniques on hanji, a traditional Korean handmade paper. The artist blends soft feminine shapes with contrasting colourful palettes and personal palettes, conveying an unusual aesthetic resulting from the analysis of sweet female irony. Strong lashes, bright red lips and pale white skin are trademark features of Koal's powerful figures, the protagonists in a world where exploration and discovery are key. Since 2013, her works have been exhibited in prestigious international galleries in Seoul and Los Angeles, and for the first time in Rome and in London with Dorothy Circus Gallery.