- TV star Kim Sung-kyung signs a PR model contract for Linkoptics
- TV commercial for the whitening and wrinkle improvement Kim Sung-kyung LED patch to air
Linkoptics (CEO Choi Yong-won), an optical
convergence medical company, has released a wireless LED patch to improve
wrinkles around the eyes. The company has signed a PR model contract with a
famous TV star Kim Sung-kyung for Luminiel and is conducting national and
international online and offline marketing.
Luminiel was created by using the
previously obtained clinical results in the beauty field. And, with passing CB
test and acquiring certifications like CE, FDA, and KC, it helps reduce
wrinkles around the eyes and whitening.
It has secured reliability in terms of being a clinically-based
high-tech company product in the medical field, and has improved side effects
and discomfort when using existing LED masks such as ocular conjunctivitis and
One of the notable points is that it was
selected as an innovative SME TV commercial support project by KOBACO in
recognition of its competitiveness such as sufficient optical energy based on
clinical trials on topical areas and wireless method. Linkoptics will receive
fund of up to 10.5 billion won for TV commercial to air on channels like KBS
and MBC for three years.
CEO Choi Yong-won said, "I would like
to introduce the excellence of optical convergence medical technology by
introducing Kim Sung-kyung LED patch, which is directly produced by a
clinical-based medical company in Korea and abroad."
Designated as the government's high-tech
company (anti-aging solution using optical fiber-No. 145), Linkoptics is a
medical device specialist that was established in 2004 and received the
Presidential Citation and Prime Minister's Award, and MSIT Minister's Award,
along with 124 patents. As a leading company in the optical convergence medical
field, the company is conducting clinical trial for five major diseases such as
bedsores at five general hospitals including Dankook University Hospital (on