South Korean glaciers skater who won silver on the Vancouver Olympics this year 2010. She also gained a sterling silver medal on the 2014 Olympics and provides won gold, gold, and bronze on the Globe Championships. Despite its lack of skating rinks, she was raised skating in South Korea. Her initial worldwide competition, which she gained, emerged in 2002. She became the initial feminine skater to earn the Grand Prix Last, the Four Continents Championships, the Globe Championships, as well as the Olympic Video games. She was created to Kim Hyeon-seok and Recreation area Mee-hee and includes a sister called Kim. She defeat Mao Asada to consider gold on the 2010 Olympics.
|1||2010 Vancouver Olympics Gold medalist.|
|2||2009 world figure skating champion.|
|3||2009 Four Continents figure skating champion.|
|4||2002 South Korean junior national figure skating champion.|
|5||2003-2006 South Korean national figure skating champion.|
|6||2008 Grand Prix final figure skating silver medalist.|
|7||Will be attending Korea University.|
|8||Coached by Brian Orser.|
|9||2005 junior Grand Prix figure skating final champ.|
|10||2006 & 2007 Grand Prix figure skating final champ.|
|11||Has one older sister, Aera.|
|12||2002 South Korean junior national figure skating champ.|
|13||2005 junior world figure skating silver medalist.|
|14||2006 junior figure skating world champ.|
|15||2007 & 2008 world figure skating bronze medalist.|
|16||First Korean figure skater to medal at the junior & senior worlds.|
|Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games||2010||TV Mini-Series||Herself - Figure Skater: South Korea (2010)|
|Hip Korea: Seoul Spirit - Yu-Na Kim||2010||TV Movie||Herself|
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