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Hannah Lim & Ye Quan


On the Ice
Dec 7, 2018
Hannah Lim (born: November 19, 2004) and Ye Quan (born: October 15, 2001) are an ice dance team representing South Korea.

They teamed up in July 2019 and previously represented Canada, switching to represent Korea for the 2021/22 season.

They are the 2022-23 JGPF silver medalists, the 2022 JGP France champions and the 2021 JGP Courchevel bronze medalists. The latter was the first ISU JGP medal for a South Korean ice dance team.

Ye previously skated with Maïka Abgrall-Chouinard, Leticia Brian and Rosalie Groulx.

ISU Bio: http://www.isuresults.com/bios/isufs00111175.htm

Ice-Dance.com Bio: https://www.ice-dance.com/site/profile-hannah-lim-ye-quan/

Rink Results: http://www.rinkresults.com/skater?skater_id=40204

Skating Scores: https://skatingscores.com/kor/dance/hannah_lim_ye_quan/

ISU Personal Bests

Personal Best Total Score187.1019.11.2023ISU CS Warsaw Cup 2023
Personal Best Score Rhythm Dance73.7618.11.2023ISU CS Warsaw Cup 2023
Personal Best Score Free Dance113.3419.11.2023ISU CS Warsaw Cup 2023


RD: Medley of songs by Prince
FD: Umbrellas of Cherbourg soundtrack

RD2: "Don't Go Yet" by Camila Cabello
RD1: "Primavera Portena" by Astor Piazzolla
FD: Danse Macabre by Camille Saint-Saëns

2021/2022 Season
RD: Gangnam Style; Don't
FD: Cats (musical soundtrack) by Andrew Lloyd Webber

(Videos linked in results)

Interviews, Articles etc.

Ice dance duo brings S. Korea first ISU Grand Prix medal (article)

Hannah Lim and Ye Quan - The Future of Korean Ice Dancing (video interview)
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Record Breaker
Jun 21, 2003

“Last year was their first international season,” noted coach Brisebois. “It is only their fourth season together, and with the pandemic, there were no Junior Grand Prix events the year they were suppose to start. I believe they have matured a great deal since then and have gained lots of experience in a short period of time that they could apply that to their skating. That’s why I believe they can bring it this season! I am sure that the fact they have the chance to train with skaters with many years of experiences helps them a lot. They can see how they train, how they perform, how they communicate, etc.”

I am so looking forward to watching this talented and exuberant team grow!