In 2012, Wook published her first book, Art College Admissions: An Insider's Guide for Art Portfolio Preparation, Selecting the Right College, and Gaining Admission with Scholarships.
In 2015, she also published a series of 9 books titled Smart Sketchbook, to help art lovers improve their technical skills in a variety of media through instructional diagrams.
In 2016, Wook published the second book, Art College Admissions II, interviewing with 40 schools in the USA, Europe and Asia which included questions answered by department chairs, admissions officers, faculty & staff about any exciting program developments, famous alumni, and advice on the importance of studying art & design today.
She is currently working on publishing two more books titled Mommy, I want to be smart and Reconstructing Your Art Portfolio.
During her 33-year teaching career, Wook has been teaching art to thousands of students, ranging from children to college prep students, and students attending college, at her own school called Oogie Art in NYC, Massachusetts, & South Korea.
She established one of the first art portfolio prep schools in the USA and Asia. Since then, she has helped numerous students gain admission and scholarships to top programs at Harvard, Brown (Brown+RISD), Stanford, Columbia, Princeton, Yale, Cornell, Carnegie Mellon, RISD, The Cooper Union and Parsons.
Her take on art education stems from combining her experiences in both the US and Asia, calling it the 50/50 teaching method which has proven to be the most effective approach for her students.
Wook also founded her own art gallery, Wook + Lattuada, currently located in midtown NYC, and Milan, Italy, housing around 124 pieces of Futurist works (the largest collection in the world) and exhibits internationally established and emerging contemporary artists each year such as Pablo Picasso, Vassily Kandinsky, Andy Warhol, Claude Monet, Giorgio de Chirico, Victor Vasarely, Lucio Fontana, Amedeo Modigliani, Giacomo Balla, and Umberto Boccioni.
She and her partner Flavio represent Rigirismo, a new Italian contemporary art movement, coined by Flavio Lattuada and influenced by Lucio Fontana.