Awarded Jan. 15, 2013
Attorney: Jun-Young E. Jeon
An organic light emitting display is capable of reducing or preventing IR drop in a cathode electrode. An organic light emitting display includes a first substrate and a second substrate. The first substrate has a plurality of pixels located thereon, each of the pixels comprising an organic light emitting diode, wherein a cathode electrode of the organic light emitting diode including a transparent material is located on substantially an entire area of the pixels. The second substrate has a mesh type auxiliary electrode located thereon at a side facing the pixels, the mesh-type auxiliary electrode corresponding to non-emission regions between the pixels and electrically connected to the cathode electrode.