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Lee So-jung

(1993-09-03) September 3, 1993 (age 26)
Musical career
Years active2013–present
LabelsPolaris Entertainment

Lee So-jung (born September 3, 1993) is a South Korean singer born in Wonju, South Korea. She is known for being the lead vocalist of the group, Ladies' Code since 2013, and for writing the song, "I'll Smile, Even If It Hurts," in memory of deceased members, Kwon Ri-se and Go Eun-bi. In 2017, she began her solo career with the single, "Better Than Me."



Prior to her debut, Sojung was a finalist on Mnet's "The Voice, Korea." In the end, she finished in the top 8.[1] In the beginning of 2013, she signed with Polaris Entertainment, who later announced that along with Kwon Ri-se, she was to debut in a new girl group.

2013-Present: Ladies' Code[edit]

Personal Life[edit]

Fatal Car Accident[edit]

On Sojung's 21st birthday, she and the rest of the Ladies' Code members were involved in a major car accident at 1:30 KST in Suwon, South Korea.[2] Ashley and Zuny received minor injuries while Sojung and RiSe were in critical condition (RiSe later died on September 7.) EunB died almost immediately.[3]

Sojung was unconscious and suffered a broken jaw. She was taken to a hospital in Suwon, where she was stabilized and regained consciousness on September 5.[4] She was later transferred to a hospital in Wonju. She returned to the dorm along with Ashley and Zuny on November 12.[5]


Single albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
Stay Here TBD
  • KOR: TBD


Title Year Peak positions Sales Album
"Better Than Me" 2017 - -
  • KOR:
non-album single
"Stay Here" 2018 TBD TBD
  • KOR:
  • US:
Stay Here


  1. ^ http://star.mt.co.kr/stview.php?no=2013030708592633388
  2. ^ https://web.archive.org/web/20150618155749/https://ph.celebrity.yahoo.com/news/ladies-code-s-eunb-passes-away-in-tragic-003118553.html
  3. ^ http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20140914000146
  4. ^ http://news.tf.co.kr/read/entertain/1406064.htm
  5. ^ http://entertain.naver.com/read?oid=213&aid=0000580086
  6. ^ "Gaon Album Chart". Gaon Music Chart.
  7. ^ Gaon Music Chart positions for singles: