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Lee Sung-kyung's Fashion Look at Laneige's Event on June 26, 201901-JUL-2019 Lee Sung-kyung

Actress and model Lee Sung-kyung stuns in her long-sleeved shirt and high-waisted shorts in her appearance at the Laneige Event. To add a touch of whimsy to her look, she wore cute sandals from Jimmy Choo!

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Sung-kyung’s Jimmy Choo Aveline 100 sandals are designed with skinny ankle straps and an eye-catching tulle bows. This is a great pair to wear to make outfits red carpet-ready. Style with short dresses or straight cut gowns to showcase the feminine ribbons of the shoe.

JIMMY CHOO Aveline 100 sandals

JIMMY CHOO Aveline 100 sandals

About the Celebrity

Lee Sung-kyung (born August 10, 1990) is a South Korean model and actress. She acted in the television dramas Cheese in the Trap (2016) and The Doctors (2016) before taking her first leading role as the titular character in Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo (2016).

Lee Sung-kyung began her entertainment career as a model where she competed at the local Super Model Contest in 2008.

In 2014, Lee Sung-kyung made her acting debut with a supporting role in television drama It's Okay, That's Love, being the first model-actress promoted under the joint venture of YG Entertainment and K-Plus. This was followed by weekend drama, Flower of Queen in 2015. She won "Best New Actress" in a Special Project Drama at the MBC Drama Awards for her role.

In January 2016, Lee Sung-kyung featured in tvN's college romance series, Cheese in the Trap. On April 28, 2016, Lee released a collaboration single with Eddy Kim, which is a cover of Sharp's "My Lips like Warm Coffee". Lee then starred in the SBS's prime-time medical drama, The Doctors as a neurosurgeon. The same year, she took on her first leading role in Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok-joo, a youth sports drama inspired by the real life story of Olympic weightlifting champion Jang Mi-ran.

In 2017, Lee Sung-kyung was cast in the romance film Love+Sling, directed by first-time director Kim Dae-woong.

In 2018, Lee Sung-kyung starred in the fantasy melodrama About Time. The same year, she was cast in the action comedy film Girl Cops.

In 2020, Lee Sung-kyung is set to star in the second season of hit medical drama Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim, playing a cardiosurgery surgeon.