Kim Sung-kyung

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Kim Sung-kyung
Born (2003-03-03) March 3, 2003 (age 17)
Busan, South Korea
Other names Lami
Occupation Actress
Years active 2012-present
Agent S.M. Entertainment
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Kim Sung-kyung (born March 3, 2003) is a South Korean child actress. She began her career as a child actress when she was ninth years old as young Da-mi in drama Five Fingers.

Early life

Kim Sung-kyung was born in Busan, South Korea on March 3, 2003.[1]


S.M. Rookies

Lami is part of S.M. Entertainment's pre-debut group, S.M Rookies, along with fellow other SM trainees. She was officially revealed to be a part of the S.M. Rookies Project on December 9, 2013 under the name 'LAMI'.[2]

Solo career

In 2011 she featured in Kim Yuna & Lena Park's song "Winter Dream", Korea’s campaign song to win the bid for the 2018 Winter Olympics.[3] Kim Sung-kyung debuted in SBS's drama Five Fingers as the child actress of Jin Se Yeon.[4] In the same year she was casted as Jo Yoon Min in JTBC's drama A Wife's Credentials.[5]

In 2013 she made her big screen debut with the thriller movie Montage as Uhm Jung-hwa's daughter Seo jin, a girl who have been kidnapped when she was a kid.[6]Template:Not in source Late in the year she made a comeback with sci-fi thriller film AM 11:00 as Kim Ok-bin's younger version.[no citations needed here]



Year Title Role Notes
2013 Montage Seo Jin
AM 11:00 young Young-eun

Television series

Year Title Role Network
2012 Five Fingers young Da-mi SBS
A Wife's Credentials Jo Yoon Min JTBC

Music video

Year Song title Artist
2011 "Winter Dream" Kim Yuna & Lena Park
2014 "Happiness" Red Velvet


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