The talented Korean will be up against Filipino veteran Jujeath Nagaowa (13-17-1, 8), who ends a run of over a year of inactivity.
On paper the bout does look to be a mismatch, especially with Nagaowa having lost 6 of her last 7, however the Filipino has proven that she can be competitive at world level and has scored a win over Saemi Hanagata, ran Ju Hee Kim very close, and has shard the ring with the likes of Shindo Go, Louisa Hawton, Momo Koseki, Naoko Ikeyama and Su Yun Hong, a real who's who of female boxing at the lower weights. Lee is more talented, and more proven, but we suspect she will have to work hard for the win here.
The under-card for this show will feature a regional title bout, for a WBA Asia title according to the KBC, which will see Nam Joon Lee (9-5-3, 4) [이남준] battling against Jelbirt Gomera (12-2, 6). This Featherweight bout is the biggest bout of Lee's career and will see him looking to build on a 3 fight unbeaten run, that actually dates back more than 4 years, an immediately build on a big win in January over Sa Myung Noh. As for Gomera the bout follows a recent loss to Hidenori Otake in an OPBF Super Bantamweight title bout.
The card will feature 3 other 10 rounders in what looks to be a very stacked card, for a Korean show, including two Korean title bouts.
For fans interested, the card will be shown on MBC Sports +.