Hey, why are you picking on me? I don't think Adelina will face any bias in Korea, I was just helping you understand what pangtongfan wrote.By the time Adelina skates in Korea, Yuna as a skater will be a history and will be probably commentating for the Korean television. And I don't think any other Korean skater will be in position to challenge Adelina. So she is perfectly safe from any pro-Korean bias
But as for Kim being forgotten in four years, no, by then she will be so incredibly rich that she will personally build the Yuna kim arena to house the event. (Taking time off from her charitable work with UNICEF, etc.)
I am from the US and I do think it was fair that Adelina won, she had the highest technical content, great spins and jumps. Yuna and Carolina had less technical content in their programs. Carolina didn't do a triple triple combination. They both scored very high.
I don't understand why people, including Ashley thing the judging was unfair.
Speaking of "bots," have you notice how cool the Japanese and Korean skating enthusiasts have been this time around, compared to four years ago? I think it is because, like their idols, they are four years older.
Adelina, a 17-year-old girl, looked so over the moon about her hard-fought Olympic gold medal. It was her dream come true. I find it heart-breaking to think her happiness might be crushed by the over the top and mean reaction from people who disagree with the results.
Calling her "Fraudnikova" and wishing her ill. Please people, can we not be human about this? Go ahead and argue about her components stores and GOEs but SHE did NOT rig the results. Again, congratulations to her.