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Lee Soo-kyung, The Definition of Loveliness

2019/07/04 Source

Actress Lee Soo-kyung was featured on the covers of the July issue of Woman Sense under the title, 'Lee Soo-kyung's Summer'.

Monthly magazine Woman Sense revealed an interview with the actress. Pictures are of her looking so refreshing as she poses in various outfits.

In the chiffon dress she looks feminine and elegant, and she looks natural and comfortable in a big shirt and wide jeans.

After a 2 year hiatus the actress comes back with a KBS 2TV drama called "Left-handed Wife" as Oh San-ha. In "Left-handed Wife" she goes from noble and pure to bold.

Lee Soo-kyung said in the interview, "I am going to learn color therapy when the drama is over. It's an extension of psychiatry and it will help me look back on myself and figure out what my colors are".


"Left-handed Wife" is directed by Kim Myeong-wook, written by Moon Eun-ah, and features Lee Soo-kyung, Kim Jin-woo, Jo Yeon-ho, Jin Tae-hyun, Ha Yeon-joo, Lee Seung-yeon. Broadcasting information in Korea: 2019/01/02~2019/05/31, Mon~Fri 19:50 on KBS.

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