TOKYO - South Korea's Lee Mi-Hyang won a nail-biting playoff to triumph in the Mizuno Classic Sunday, birdying the fifth extra hole to claim her first LPGA title. The 21-year-old beat compatriot Lee Il-Hee and Japan's Kotona Kozuma after all three women finished tied at 11-under 205 in Japan. The victorious Lee and Kozuma both carded final rounds of 69 while Lee Il-Hee returned a 70 to set up a marathon three-way playoff. Lee, who made her LPGA debut in 2012, pocketed a top prize of $180,000 after becoming the seventh South Korean to win on the tour this season and following world number one Inbee Park's victory in Taiwan last weekend. Britain's Laura Davies, who held a share of the lead after the second round, fired a 71 to finish one stroke behind the leading trio.