Two papers won the Best Paper Award at HCI Korea 2016, held at Jeongsun on January 27-29th. Han-Jong Kim, Seijin Cha, Tek-Jin Nam (CIDR Lab), Richard Chulwoo Park, Woohun Lee (Wonder Lab) and Geehyuk Lee (Dept. of Computer Science) presented “Mo-Bi: Contextual Mobile Interfaces through Bimanual Posture Sensing with Wrist-Worn Devices”. Their paper demonstrated a visionary mobile interface that adapts user’s hand posture with two wearable sensors. Chang-Min Kim (CIDR Lab), Seongkook Heo (Dept. of Computer Science), Kyeong Ah Jeong (Color Lab) and Youn-Kyung Lim (CIxD Lab) presented “Formula One: Mobile Device Supported Rapid In-the-Wild Design and Evaluation of Interactive Prototypes”. They introduced new user study methods for quick and easy Wizard-of-Oz prototyping in the actual in-the-wild situation. Their papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library.