Noh is one of the most advanced and prominent photographers in South Korea. Working in both North and South Korea, his photography projects center primarily on social and political issues in contemporary Korean society such as the division of the Korean Peninsula. His projects are usually developed on an on-going basis or over the course of several years such as his notable series the StrAnge Ball (2004-2007) about the military presence of the US armed force in a small village in South Korea. Shooting in both black and white and color, Noh is known for his unique and unconventional photography aesthetic which combines the documentary and the fictional.
Noh currently lives and works in Seoul, South Korea.