A novel whole cell biocatalyst using fungal-pretreated lignocellulosic biomass was developed by displaying the enzyme complex consisting of N-acetylglucosaminidase (cNAG) and endoglucanse E (cCelE) on Corynebacterium glutamicum, hereafter called mNC. mNC showed a maximum 4.43-fold cNAG and 2.40-fold cCelE activity compared to single enzyme-secreting C. glutamicum. mNC also showed the highest efficiency of sugar production in various types of cellulose and fungal-pretreated biomass. The growth of mNC was 5.06-fold higher than that of the control. Then, the ability of mNC to produce a valuable chemical was confirmed. mNC overexpressing isopropanol biosynthesis genes showed a maximum titer of 218.9 ± 11.73 mg/L isopropanol and maintained high efficiency for isopropanol production in the recycling test, which was 90.07 ± 4.12 % during 4 cycles. This strategy can be applied to the direct saccharification of fungal-pretreated lignocellulosic biomass efficiently leading to the production of valuable products in various industrial fields.