I doubt it. She's already visibly over competitive skating. And who could blame her? She's been carrying around the weight of a nation for so many years...it must be so draining.
She posted this on her Facebook page today. Such an elegant interview, and great answers:
I did note that going into Sochi, she didn't sound very motivated. I wonder if she knew she would not win this time. She sounds incredibly at peace, like she had accepted the result before she stepped onto the ice, and just wanted to put in a great skate. In the grand scheme of things, she probably realized she had accomplished so much and brought great honour to her country, that the result this time around didn't matter so much. It didn't count the way it did in Vancouver.
Yuna if you're reading this: thank you for everything you've done for the sport, for your country, for the fans and for yourself. Enjoy your retirement. We'll miss you. And we look forward to seeing you in 2018, we know you'll be there even if you're not competing.
I hope she comes back after taking the next 2 seasons off. Competing at Olympics in her own country would be too big of a thing to miss out on.
I wouldn't rule it out, to be honest..