Sang Enterprises was established in 1991 as a biotech company, developing pharmaceutical therapies and studying genomics, applied immunology, and recombinant gene techniques. It was originally named Sang Biotech and was later changed to Sang Enterprises to accommodate for the shifting focus of the company. It was founded by 32-year-old Kyong Sang in South Korea in 1991. His son Min-Jun Sang took over the company in 2027, and his grandson Myung Sang took over the company in 2063. Over time, it shifted away from pharmaceutical and medical biotech and into the field of bioweaponry. It remained unaffiliated with any country, but had trade relationships with countries like East America and the New U.S.S.R., running facilities in foreign territory and supplying weapons to all sides. However, Sang Enterprises is a public corporation on the stock market, allowing shares to be bought by investors.
While bonsai trees aren’t a Korean invention, Myung Sang fell in love with the trees while in Japan and made them part of the Sang brand. The bonsai trees, which are about six feet in height, are grown in labs and genetically customized. They can be seen in numerous Sang buildings across the globe.