Lee Min-jung Of MSteam, Wholly-Owned by Spackman Entertainment Group's Associated Company, Spackman Media Group, Selected as Brand Ambassador for Frombio’s Anti-Aging Brand, Mastina
- Lee Min-jung of MSteam, who won the Top Excellence Award for her role in ONCE AGAIN (2020), endorses Frombio's anti-aging brand, Mastina
- Mastina is a brand of Frombio, a health food company, which recently filed for an initial public offering in Korea last month
- Lee Min-jung was also selected as the emcee of KBS 2021 Peace Concert to be held on 13 June
SINGAPORE - Media OutReach - 4 June 2021 - Spackman Entertainment Group Limited ("Spackman Entertainment Group" or the "Company" and together with its subsidiaries, the "Group"), one of Korea's leading entertainment production groups, wishes to announce that Lee Min-jung of MSteam Entertainment Co., Ltd. ("MSteam"), a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Group's associated company, Spackman Media Group Limited, was selected as the brand ambassador for Frombio's anti-aging brand, Mastina.
Mastina is a brand of Frombio, a health functional food company, which recently filed for an initial public offering in Korea last month. Frombio also offers anti-aging solutions and healthy lifestyle products through cosmetics and household products.
Lee Min-jung will endorse Mastina's cosmetic product line. Through various activities such as TV advertisements and brand events, Mastina plans to work with Lee Min-jung to promote a healthy anti-aging lifestyle.
Earlier this year, Lee Min-jung achieved the Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial Drama, for her role in KBS2's K-drama, ONCE AGAIN, at the 2020 APAN Star Awards. She was also selected as the emcee of KBS 2021 Peace Concert to be held on 13 June.
Other than Lee Min-jung, MSteam also represents iconic Korean actress Son Ye-jin, who starred in highly popular romance drama CRASH LANDING ON YOU (2020), and rising Korean star Wi Ha-joon, who stars in upcoming webtoon film SHARK: THE BEGINNING and new Korean thriller film MIDNIGHT.
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