Sangsuk Sylvia Kang (b. 1991, 강상숙) is a photographer, journalist, and a Photo Editor at TIME. From Seoul and based in New York City, she is a graduate of Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and Northwestern University, Medill School of Journalism. 

At TIME, she focuses on International and Business/Technology stories.

Reporting / Writing / Translation 

2022 March — HYBE's Bang Si-Hyuk Explains His Vision For the Company Behind BTS, TIME 2022 Jan — Chloe Kim Is Ready to Win Olympic Gold Again, TIME
2021 Sept — Queer South Koreans Hope for an Anti-Discrimination Law to End Decades of Discrimination (Korean version), TIME 2021 July — ‘Not a Victim.’ Asian American Elders Stand Resilient in the Wake of Hateful Violence, TIME 2021 June — South Korean President Moon Jae-in Makes One Last Attempt to Heal His Homeland, TIME
2020 June — 'I Will Not Stand Silent.' 10 Asian Americans Reflect on Racism During the Pandemic and the Need for Equality, TIME
2020 March — This Italian Photographer Is Documenting Her Life in the Coronavirus Lockdown, TIME
2020 Feb — A Photographer's Take on the #MeToo Trial of the Decade, TIME 2019 Oct — The Mastermind Behind BTS Opens Up About Making a K-Pop Juggernaut, TIME 2018 Dec — Why Are Taxi Drivers in New York Killing Themselves? The New York Times