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    Eun-Soo Lim

    LIM Eun-Soo (Hangul: 임은수 ; Hanja: 林恩讐 ) is a Ladies Singles skater who represents South Korea. She was born on 26th February 2003 in Seoul, South Korea.

    Lim is the 2017 South Korean national champion and earned the bronze medal at the 2016–17 ISU Junior Grand Prix in Dresden, Germany.


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    I'll be honest, she is the main reason why I started to delve deeper into Korean figure skating. A charming skater from the start!


    Updated by CaroLiza_fan on 15th August 2017


    Biographical Info

    ISU Bio:
    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00054723.htm

    Rink Results Bio:
    http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=4017

    Stats On Ice Bios:
    https://www.statsonice.com/skater/eun-soolim/
    https://www.statsonice.com/skater/eunsoolim/

    Tracings.net Bio:
    http://tracings.net/lim-euns.html

    Wikipedia:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lim_Eun-soo


    Programmes

    Season SP LP EX
    2017–2018
    2016–2017 Besame Mucho (Thalia) Miss Saigon (Schönberg) Let's Have a Kiki (Glee Cast Version)
    2015–2016 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (Salim-Sulaiman) The Artist (Bource) Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (Salim-Sulaiman)
    2014–2015 Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (Salim-Sulaiman) The Pink Panther (Mancini) N/A
    2013–2014 Evita (Lloyd-Webber) The Pink Panther (Mancini) N/A
    2012–2013 Evita (Lloyd-Webber) Kung Fu Panda (Zimmer) N/A
    2011–2012 N/A Kung Fu Panda (Zimmer) N/A


    Personal Best Scores

    ISU Personal Best Scores for Lim Eun-Soo:
    http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs_pb_00054723.htm


    The Personal Best and Season Best scores that the ISU uses for a skater only take into consideration certain competitions. For example, they do not take into consideration domestic competitions, such as Sectional, Regional or National Championships.

    However, confusion arises when you come to the Major International Championships and the Senior B’s.

    For the Majors, the ISU definitely takes into consideration the events they run themselves, and the Olympics. But, there does not seem to be any consistency over how they approach other events that are considered to be Majors.

    And as for the Senior B’s, it is particularly confusing as an event may be taken into consideration one year, but not the next. Much of this is due to the changing make-up of the Challenger Series.

    So, to make things simpler, the table below takes into consideration all the events that the skater has taken part in. These scores are referred to as “Absolute Personal Best” and “Absolute Season’s Best” so as to distinguish them from the scores recorded by the ISU.

    Absolute Personal Best Score Absolute Season’s Best Score

    The Absolute designations are based purely on the contents of the Competitive History table in this post. If anybody knows of any scores that are not in the table, please let me know, and we will be only too happy to add them in.

    As always when comparing scores, it should be kept in mind that you are not comparing like for like. There is a subjective aspect to judging, and every competition has different judges.

    Ladies Short Programme Free Skate Total
    * Date Competition Score Date Competition Score Date Competition Score
    Major Championships 17 Mar. 2017 ISU Junior World Championships 64.78 18 Mar. 2017 ISU Junior World Championships 116.03 13–19 Mar. 2017 ISU Junior World Championships 180.81
    Grands Prix 06 Oct. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix Pokal der Blauen Schwerter 63.83 24 Sep. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix Ljubljana Cup 111.03 05–08 Oct. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix Pokal der Blauen Schwerter 173.21
    Other International Competitions 04–07 Aug. 2016 Asian Open 60.61 08 Aug. 2017 Asian Open 118.82 05–08 Aug. 2017 Asian Open 177.25
    National Competitions 07 Jan. 2017 South Korean Championships 64.53 08 Jan. 2017 South Korean Championships 127.45 06–08 Jan. 2017 South Korean Championships 191.98
    Absolute PB 17 Mar. 2017 ISU Junior World Championships 64.78 08 Jan. 2017 South Korean Championships 127.45 06–08 Jan. 2017 South Korean Championships 191.98

    * = For the purposes of this table, the competitions are defined as follows:

    Major Championships Olympics; Senior World Championships; Junior World Championships; European Championships; Four Continents Championships; Universiade; Youth Olympic Games; International Children’s Games; Asian Games; European Youth Olympic Festival; World Team Trophy; Team Challenge Cup.
    Grands Prix Senior Grand Prix Final; Junior Grand Prix Final; Senior Grand Prix competitions; Junior Grand Prix competitions.
    Other International Competitions Challenger Series competitions; other Senior B competitions.
    National Competitions National Championships; Regional / Sectional Championships; other domestic competitions.


    Competitive History

    Absolute Personal Best Score Absolute Season’s Best Score

    Disclaimer: Absolute Personal Best (PB) and Absolute Season’s Best (SB) score designations are based purely on the contents of the Competitive History table in this post. If anybody knows of any scores that are not in the table, please let us know, and we will be only too happy to add them in.

    Date Competition Level SP FP Total
    Pos Score Pos Score Pos Score
    2017–18 Season
    05–08 Aug. 2017 Asian Open Junior 3 58.43 2 118.82 2 177.25
    2016–17 Season
    13–19 Mar. 2017 ISU Junior World Championships Junior 4 64.78 4 116.03 4 180.81
    06–08 Jan. 2017 South Korean Championships Senior 1 64.53 1 127.45 1 191.98
    05–08 Oct. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix Pokal der Blauen Schwerter Junior 2 63.83 5 109.38 3 173.21
    21–24 Sep. 2016 ISU Junior Grand Prix Ljubljana Cup Junior 6 55.88 3 111.03 4 166.91
    04–07 Aug. 2016 Asian Open Junior 2 60.61 3 108.44 3 169.05
    2015–16 Season
    08–10 Jan. 2016 South Korean Championships Senior 4 59.33 3 116.64 3 175.97
    2014–15 Season
    07–09 Jan. 2015 South Korean Championships Senior 8 51.10 10 89.53 9 140.63
    2013–14 Season
    03–05 Jan. 2014 South Korean Championships Junior 1 48.90 6 82.46 4 131.36
    08–11 Aug. 2013
    Asian Open Basic Novice A 1 41.97 1 41.97
    2012–13 Season
    04–06 Jan. 2013
    South Korean Championships Novice 7 27.20 3 50.32 4 77.52


    Videos

    2015 Nationals performances:
    SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c7iXIXbzU8U
    LP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTMZJW-8sR4
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    i wasnt sure about how i feel about her last month at ranking competition but at nationals there was something different about her, at least for me, really enjoyed her skates!!! she has beautiful lines and big jumps and lovely presentation (and on a shallow note, she is sooo pretty! ) i wonder if she is clumsy though, she tripped few times

    Edit: Baby videos are The Best!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by matmuh View Post
    i wasnt sure about how i feel about her last month at ranking competition but at nationals there was something different about her, at least for me, really enjoyed her skates!!! she has beautiful lines and big jumps and lovely presentation (and on a shallow note, she is sooo pretty! ) i wonder if she is clumsy though, she tripped few times

    Edit: Baby videos are The Best!!!!!
    Haha. I also noticed her slight clumsiness. She seems to get too excited sometimes.

    But wow, her jumps cover so much ice, and her lines are gorgeous. Does anyone think she looks similar to Yeon-jae Son, the Korean rhythmic gymnast?

    Due to Young You's victory at Korean Nationals and resulting spotlight, it appears that Eun Soo and Ye Lim are hiding in the shadows, but these two really do have the potential as well to rise to the top. Plus they're both one year older, which means we will be seeing them in the JGP circuit next season! I'm excited for that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyjo24 View Post
    Haha. I also noticed her slight clumsiness. She seems to get too excited sometimes.

    But wow, her jumps cover so much ice, and her lines are gorgeous. Does anyone think she looks similar to Yeon-jae Son, the Korean rhythmic gymnast?

    Due to Young You's victory at Korean Nationals and resulting spotlight, it appears that Eun Soo and Ye Lim are hiding in the shadows, but these two really do have the potential as well to rise to the top. Plus they're both one year older, which means we will be seeing them in the JGP circuit next season! I'm excited for that!
    thats my feeling as well but didnt want to sound like i am dismissing what You achieved, because she is awesome!! but so are these 2 ladies you mentioned, maybe it will be good for them because they wont feel pressure and can we really see them at JGP next season?!?!?!?! ahhhh hope they will be healthy cause i cant deal with another Jun Hwan incident

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    Quote Originally Posted by matmuh View Post
    thats my feeling as well but didnt want to sound like i am dismissing what You achieved, because she is awesome!! but so are these 2 ladies you mentioned, maybe it will be good for them because they wont feel pressure and can we really see them at JGP next season?!?!?!?! ahhhh hope they will be healthy cause i cant deal with another Jun Hwan incident
    I definitely agree that it will be good for them because they won't feel pressure while training for the JGP next season!

    Yes, they really will be at the JGP next season. They will be 13 before July 1, 2016, so they are eligible! I am so excited and hope to see either one of them (hopefully both!) at the JGPF!

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    ES is adorable.

    So for JGP slots next year, I'm guessing she and YR get 2 each, and the rest of them get distributed among the other skaters? (Who else is likely to get them? SH or JH?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by invisiblespiral View Post
    ES is adorable.

    So for JGP slots next year, I'm guessing she and YR get 2 each, and the rest of them get distributed among the other skaters? (Who else is likely to get them? SH or JH?)
    Not sure if it's only going to be Sohyun and Jihyun gunning for that 2-JGP chance. Nahyun and Hanul can be a surprise in the early months of the Junior season. It also depends on how puberty will handle them (ex. Sohyun and this season)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnystars View Post
    Not sure if it's only going to be Sohyun and Jihyun gunning for that 2-JGP chance. Nahyun and Hanul can be a surprise in the early months of the Junior season. It also depends on how puberty will handle them (ex. Sohyun and this season)
    I just went with the two that had the best JGP results I remembered off the top of my head. I liked NH... and where did HN compete? Also, are any of the juniors going to be old enough for next year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by invisiblespiral View Post
    I just went with the two that had the best JGP results I remembered off the top of my head. I liked NH... and where did HN compete? Also, are any of the juniors going to be old enough for next year?
    I think It's not that adequate to write at ES's fan thread,
    but Go eun Park & Hyun soo Lee is going to be Junior-eligible next season (with Ye lim and Eun soo).

    At 2016 Nationals,
    Go eun Park (S, 13, 150.68) SP FS
    Hyun soo Lee (S, 18, 141.10/2015 Nationals Junior Ladies Champ) SP FS

    But their chances to get JGP tickets are much lower than Eun soo and Ye lim, I think.
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    Eun Soo Lim

    Not too early, right?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FI1Z039mFJE

    a month later... her presentation improved 10x too

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WnqhATbh2II

    she's a star~

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    Quote Originally Posted by mirai4life View Post
    Not too early, right?
    actually, too late
    http://www.goldenskate.com/forum/sho...29-Eun-Soo-Lim

    but i agree, she is a star

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    OMG I think she already has a fan thread!!


    Edit: Oh yes she has. (thnx matmuh!)

    But she is worthwhile to have two.
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    ^^ maybe we should ask mod to combine this 2 thread.
    I was actually watching this girl's video lately quite often. she really flies into her jump. that is very Yuna like among all Korean youngsters.
    Also, this girl improved so fast during last year. she now can do a very solid 3LZ-3T with wow factor(entering speed). and one year ago, she barely managed a outside edge and had problem with -3T.
    Another way I like is her 3loop. She has a unique loop entry, which feels bouncy, rhythmic and out-of-no-where, and kinda cute. She used this entry from a very early age, and loop jump is actually one of her stronger jumps. love that 3loop combo with rippon arms in the end.
    Her performance is very engaging, feels endless energy.
    plus, this girl was blessed with a slim body type like Yuna.

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    just watched the "start" video for the first time. wow, glad I didnot missed it, that is a very rare performance using Chinese traditional music( sounds like it?) And she actually incorporated hand gestures, positions, poses from Chinese classical dance and martial art!!
    This girl has so much energy and spirit.
    I remembered she did a Indian type of dance last year.
    She may be really interested in Dance!

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    I’m not sure if this is the right place to ask, but maybe someone who understands Korean can help me. I’m a bit confused about the spelling of her name in hangeul. Now, I’ve only been learning Korean for a few months, so it’s probably something very obvious that I’m missing. In Korean it’s written 임은수, which directly transliterated would be Im Eun Soo. To me it sounds it should be written *림은수 instead. Where does the ‘ㄹ’ sound in the beginning come from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by petitebrie View Post
    I’m not sure if this is the right place to ask, but maybe someone who understands Korean can help me. I’m a bit confused about the spelling of her name in hangeul. Now, I’ve only been learning Korean for a few months, so it’s probably something very obvious that I’m missing. In Korean it’s written 임은수, which directly transliterated would be Im Eun Soo. To me it sounds it should be written *림은수 instead. Where does the ‘ㄹ’ sound in the beginning come from?
    Lim is just the general way that 임 is transliterated into English. It is very similar to how 이 is written as Lee in English, when the more acturate pronounciation is Eee.

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    I am pretty sure she will be a star, and might achieve more than Yuna. She is just so adorable (cutely flirty) and her jumps are gorgeous.
    Next two JGP will be the game of Korean vs. Russian ladies. Japanese junior ladies have consistency, but most of their jumps (not much height saved by extreme knee bend; and they also tend to be super short) are not my cup of tea.

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    I would really love to see Eunsoo compete before the next JR season starts... Cmon KSU, Triglav Trophy is basically a freebie at the moment 😆

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    Eunsoo Lim recently signed a 3 year contract with All That Sports.

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    A wee bit late of an announcement but Eunsoo is performing in ATS this summer! Hope to see her skate her Bollywood SP
    Last edited by sunnystars; 04-29-2016 at 08:17 PM.

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