After graduation, Yaeri Song embarked on a film project, a documentary on the experiences of five young artists in New York, Entry Level. The film was screened at the 2007 Asian Pacific American Film Festival, and at the Eckhaus Gallery in Kutztown, Pennsylvania. She is currently working with a well-known Korean film director, Kyung-Taek Kwak, on the small-screen adaptation for Korean primetime television, of his 2001 classic, Friend (Chingoo).
While at MICA, Song interned for two years at MTV; she began by working with a post-production team on a new, true-life documentary, First Year, which first aired in January, 2007. She participated in the making of MTV shows and commercials, including acting in a few shoots. During her second year interning for the company, Song then worked with the Korean affiliate, MTV K, interviewing new VJs and pitching concepts for the new station. Though a connection at MTV, she was recruited by Dalzell, a leading New York events production company, to work as a production assistant for the Tribeca Film Festival.