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    2013 Korea Figure Skating Championships

    2013 Korea figure skating championships will be held January 4-6 at Mokdong ice rink in Seoul.
    This event will mark Yu-Na Kim's first appearance in 7 yrs.

    * KBS 2TV, Korean TV channel, will broadcast women's competitions (Korean Time):
    - Short Program : Jan. 5 (Sat.) 11:25 P.M. (KBS 2TV HD)
    - Free Skating : Jan. 6 (Sun.) 2:25 P.M. (KBS 2TV HD)

    It seems that SP is a recorded broadcast while FS is a live broadcast.

    * Event Schedule (East Standard Time):
    - Senior Men Short Program: Jan. 6 (Sun.) 03:00 ~
    - Senior Ladies Short Program: Jan. 6 (Sun.) 06:02 ~
    - Senior Men Free Skating: Jan. 7 (Mon.) 01:32 ~
    - Senior Ladies Free Skating: Jan. 7 (Mon.) 02:38 ~

    * Ladies Short Program Starting Order:
    1. Hee-Soo CHO
    2. Youn-Jun PARK
    3. So-Youn LIM
    4. Yeo-Jin SONG
    5. Chae-Yeon SUH
    6. Se-Na KIM
    7. Ho-jung LEE
    8. Kyoung-Won PARK
    9. Na-Hyun KIM
    10. Kyu-Eun KIM
    11. Song-Ju CHAE
    12. Sun-Min YUN
    13. Ji-Hyun BYUN
    14. So-Youn PARK
    15. Da-Bin CHOI
    16. Hwi CHOI
    17. Hae-Jin KIM
    18. Yu-Na KIM

    * Men Short Program Starting Order:
    1. Alex Kang-Chan KAM
    2. Dong-Won LEE
    3. Min-Seok KIM
    4. Jin-Seo KIM
    5. Hwan-Jin KIM
    6. June-Hyung LEE
    Last edited by SerpentA; 12-29-2012 at 09:15 PM.

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    Welcome to Golden Skate, SerpentA!

    Thanks so much for the information!
    Especially for the TV times!

    I understand that juniors & novices will be competing at Korean Nationals. Do you have any info on the juniors schedule?

    I see that So-Youn Park, who won the silver in one of her JGP events, & Hae Jin Kim, who won gold in one of hers and was first alternate for the JGPF, are skating as seniors, as is Jin-Seo Kim, who did well in Men's on the JGP, winning a bronze in one event, and finishing fourth in the other.

    Also, is an entries link?
    Last edited by dorispulaski; 12-30-2012 at 03:08 AM.

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    --- The schedule of the three-day competition is linked here,

    http://www.skating.or.kr/files/notic...121418174.xlsx

    The document is written in both English and Korean. But there is enough English so you will understand it easliy.


    --- The entry information is here. Unfortunately, it's entirely in Korean.

    http://www.skating.or.kr/files/notic...813711454.xlsx
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    I think the quoted "Event Schedule" is a complete mistake by 2 days.

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    67th South Korean National championships in figure skating.
    Ladies standings after SP:

    1. Kim Yuna 64.97
    2. Choi Da Bin 53.21
    3. Park So-Youn 53.20
    4. Choi Hwi 49.56
    5. Kim Hae-Jin 49.41

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas_C View Post
    67th South Korean National championships in figure skating.
    Ladies standings after SP:

    1. Kim Yuna 64.97
    2. Choi Da Bin 53.21
    3. Park So-Youn 53.20
    4. Choi Hwi 49.56
    5. Kim Hae-Jin 49.41
    Not bad..especially after that mishap...I hope conditions will be better for all tomorrow.......-4 °C is too cold...and the ice is probably too harsh and Yu na skated as the last in the competition....it is a good thing she had a plan B with that 3Fl-3T combo.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thomas_C View Post
    67th South Korean National championships in figure skating.
    Ladies standings after SP:

    1. Kim Yuna 64.97
    2. Choi Da Bin 53.21
    3. Park So-Youn 53.20
    4. Choi Hwi 49.56
    5. Kim Hae-Jin 49.41
    I'm surprised to see Kim Hae-Jin so low in the standings. But she's still within striking distance of the podium.

    Again, such a weird accident for Yuna to just slip while gliding--she wasn't doing any defined element (spin, jump, steps, etc.). But what a glorious 3F+3T out of steps!

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    Wow, I hope it wasn't that cold. -4 degrees Celsius?! Luckily, she got through the program and fought for the 3F+3T.

    Here's a vid of Yuna's performance:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-Z2OureRwI

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    This SP should be for Park So-Youn: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vs8k9...DpGoCXFA0xEl8w

    And here's one for Kim Hae-Jin, I believe: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9dzND...DpGoCXFA0xEl8w

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    Quote Originally Posted by draqq View Post
    Wow, I hope it wasn't that cold. -4 degrees Celsius?! Luckily, she got through the program and fought for the 3F+3T.

    Here's a vid of Yuna's performance:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L-Z2OureRwI
    The rink has zero heating, and this year's winter's very cold in Korea (with snow and -10 degree weather), so yes, the rink is reported to be -4 degrees inside.

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    I don't know if I missed them, but can somebody post protocols?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nadia01 View Post
    The rink has zero heating, and this year's winter's very cold in Korea (with snow and -10 degree weather), so yes, the rink is reported to be -4 degrees inside.
    Does she usually train in these conditions? That should have been very hard...

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    Yuna really needs at least one more competition to be ready for Worlds. She needs to skate in an event against quality skaters where she will need to be sharp. This performance would not get 65 points at Worlds and she wouldn't be leading.

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    Here's the broadcast version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mARusQqM_WQ

    Some people are claiming a hop after that single lutz, but this clear video shows otherwise. That 3F+3T combo was valid.

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