I respect your opinion but it is unfortunate you think this way. That's a really narrow way of enjoying this sport. And when one becomes an olympic champion, as Yuna has, she is more than just a Korean skater making a difference in Korea. She is now an internationally recognized and internationally influencing skater.
Originally Posted by fairly4
One of the things I love the most about figure skating is the fact that it is watched and participated by so many around the world, especially during the Olympics.
I am a Canadian but I love any good skating by any skater of any nationality. I loved Michele Kwan for her skating. I loved many great Russian pairs skaters, especially Gordeeva and Grinkov. I love Chinese pair, Shen and Zhao. I loved Russian Yagudin. I loved British Torville and Dean. Who else. I love Japanese Yuka Sato's beautiful flowing skating. There are so many talented ones from all over the world. And of course, it's great to be a Canadian fan since we have so many great ones from our own. Brian Orser, Kurt Browning, Bourne and Kraatz. Jeff Buttle. Virtue and Moir. Wilson and McCall just to name a few.
Last edited by aurora100; 04-11-2010 at 02:05 AM.