Inhwan Nam (남인환) is a South Korean game designer. He is considered the "father of Korean RPG". In 1987 he designed Dream Traveler, the first Korean role-playing game. Afterwards he joined Ecstasy, for which he directed the sequel (1995). He also led the Nora team of Digital Impact, which focused on action role-playing games. After a short stay with Cyonex Nam co-founded Aeonsoft in 2002 with Gwangyeol Kim, where he developed the online RPG Flyff (2005). He left Aeonsoft in 2010, following its acquisition by Gala Lab.
Last updated: Jul 10, 2012