Since appearing in Netflix’s global hit Squid Game in 2021, Jung Ho-yeon (also known as HoYeon Jung) has truly become a household name. Besides her acting prowess, Jung also happens to be one of Korea’s top models having worked with fashion houses from Chanel and Fendi to Louis Vuitton, graced numerous magazine covers and scored plenty of brand endorsements thanks to her natural beauty and svelte figure. Recently, the Screen Actor Guild winner added another feather to her cap by becoming Lancôme’s latest global ambassador, joining A-list stars Lily Collins, Zendaya and Amanda Seyfried, reports WWD. As a new global sensation, fans can’t get enough of Jung’s beauty and style, with many online wondering out loud how she looks flawless 24/7 and keeps that toned figure. Here’s what we know about her beauty and fitness regimens. Simple skincare During her heyday as a flame-haired runway model in 2016, Jung shared her skincare routine with Vogue. She explained she has a minimalistic approach to skincare, using only a few trusted products and avoiding complicated routines. Her skincare game includes toner, essence and moisturiser customised from Clinique Korea. However, she gave an interview to British Vogue more recently and had added a serum and eye cream to her routine – specifically Lancôme’s Advanced Genifique Serum. Her simple yet effective routine involves applying toner with a cotton pad, followed by serum, moisturiser, and finishing it off with eye cream. Inside Physical: 100 star Choo Sung-hoon’s powerful watch collection “Out of all those stages, serum is the most important for me, because that’s when you can really charge the hydration levels in your skin. Toners smooth out the skin, serums are for hydration, and then the cream creates a protective wall,” she said. Facial massage and acupressure points What many may not know is that the 28-year-old also incorporates facial massage into her beauty regime. In a revealing 2016 Vogue video, she explained that she uses facial massage techniques to help reduce puffiness, using her thumbs to massage the brow bones in an outward motion towards the temples. In addition, she shared an acupressure technique that targets pressure points on your fingers. She used a wooden acupressure stick to encourage lymphatic drainage by pressing the ball-like tip into the space between her thumb and index finger. The benefits of acupressure extend beyond glowing skin, too: this ancient practice has been used for centuries to ease pain, improve digestion and reduce stress. Perhaps it’s time to add a little acupressure to your routine too! Sheet masks and anti-stress oil Just like many other Korean celebrities, Jung is a big fan of sheet face masks. In a recent interview with British Vogue, she said that many Korean make-up artists suggest using face sheet masks daily to prevent signs of ageing and wrinkles. 8 Korean ‘beauty kings’ ruling the cosmetics world, from Cha Eun-woo to Kai “We talk about sheet masks a lot in Korea! There’s definitely more focus on skincare than make-up [in Korea], and we’re really into home care,” she said in the interview. Jung also takes a holistic approach to beauty. In addition to her skincare routine, she applies a dab of anti-stress oil behind her ears to help manage her hectic lifestyle as seen in the 2016 Vogue video. But for Jung, beauty isn’t just about the external – in a recent interview for Lancôme, she revealed that her definition of beauty was inner peace. She believes that true beauty comes from feeling happy and at peace with oneself. Jung has also said in past interviews that she practises meditation before sleep instead of watching a film or reading books. “These days I’m into relaxation meditation. I will lie on my bed, focus on my breathing, and meditate before falling asleep as midnight nears,” she told W Korea. She splashes her face in the shower The actress revealed that there’s such a thing as a “good shower” for your skin. “A tip that I learned from a dermatologist was to hold the water from the shower in your hands first, and then wash your face with that. This is because when you let the water from the shower head hit your face directly, it can be too aggravating for your skin,” she told British Vogue. She swears by Pilates for her core Just like her BFF Blackpink Jennie who is an avid fan of Pilates , Jung also attributes her physique to the practice. While genetics have clearly played a part, the Korean beauty said that she has been practising Pilates for the past eight years. 12 of Blackpink’s Jennie’s best-ever Chanel outfits, from crochet to tweed “One of the reasons I love it is because it’s a workout that focuses on your core muscles. As an actor, and as a model, it’s very important for me to have good posture and stand well, and to do that you need to focus on your core muscles,” she told British Vogue. She also revealed that her long arms and legs tend to get stiff if she does not stretch enough. “Pilates is a great way to increase your flexibility and stretch it all out,” she concluded. Plus ballet, swimming and hiking The Governesses star also does ballet to sculpt her graceful long legs, per K-drama Stars. The online magazine said that she practised ballet basics such as frog squatting and squatting down vertically with core support to lengthen her frame. Jung’s sporty side isn’t just limited to the Pilates and ballet studio either, as evidenced by posts on her Instagram page – which these days has almost 22 million followers. Last December, the stunning actress channelled her inner mermaid by taking a plunge into the cool azure pool and diving away like Ariel from The Little Mermaid . View this post on Instagram A post shared by Hoyeon (@hoooooyeony) She also shared images of her hiking through Colorado’s Joshua Tree National Park last March, giving most of us serious leg envy while demonstrating her love for the great outdoors. Want more stories like this? Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .