All Voices Intact!
top

back
Sochi Olympics: Kim Yu-na's unflappability tested by a pushy cameraman
Twitter Exposure 55,811 | Facebook Impressions 243 | 2014.02.13 10:18

This story has been translated through Google Translate. You can help us fixing it by clicking ‘Help Revise Story’ tab. Fix it and share it! It's fun!



[All photos: Yonhap]


Usually cool and unflappable, Kim Yu-na, arriving in Sochi this morning along with her teammates, Kim Hae-jin and Park So-yeon, was caught on camera warily raising her hand, it seems, to ward off the aggressive video cameraman.

Kim is scheduled to begin competition on Feb 20, showcasing her latest routine to the music of "Send in the Clowns." 

The world is watching very closely to see if this ice skating wonder can repeat her Vancouver success, especially against a field teeming with talents like Mao Asada and the lately soaring Julia Lipnitskaia.



[From letf, Kim Haejin, Kim Yu-na and Park So-yeon]


  • facebook
  • 1
    http://www.wikitree.us/story/2145:::JOINER:::http://www.wikitree.co.kr/main/news_view.php?id=159546
  • twitter
  • RT 7
  • twitter send
keywords
#Sochi Olympics, Kim Yu Na
http://www.wikitree.us/story/2145 @wikitree #Sochi Olympics
#Sochi Olympics
Please select an account from Wikitree, Facebook, or Twitter.
Would you like to log on?
Oops! Hold on, please~
A message requires at least 2 letters.
Are you sure you want to delete the story?
You cannot delete a story by somebody else!
Leave your SNS comment here.- 1 2 3
  • AX_name | AX_date_ds AX_message_ds
  • X
  • Twitter RT ()
  • AX_tw_screen_name | AX_tw_created_at_ds AX_tw_message_ds RTReplyBest
  • Related Stories
    Most Viewed
    YONHAP NEWS AGENCY
    • S. Korean delegation requests visit to N. Korea
    • SEOUL, Dec. 21 (Yonhap) -- A South Korean delegation, including former aides to the late President Kim Dae-jung, has asked the government for permission to visit North Korea following an invitation from the country, a government official said Sunday.
    • Samsung to roll out Tizen-powered smartphone in Jan.
    • SEOUL, Dec. 21 (Yonhap) -- Samsung Electronics Co. is planning to launch the much-awaited Tizen-powered handset in January in India at a price in the US$100-range, industry sources said Sunday, a strategy that would help the tech firm compete with Chin
    • LG countersues Samsung on quarrel over washer
    • By Kang Yoon-seung SEOUL, Dec. 21 (Yonhap) -- LG Electronics Inc., currently in the middle of a legal dispute with rival Samsung Electronics Co. after being accused of vandalizing Samsung products at German shops earlier this year, said Sunday it will
    Facebook Livemore
    share
    Copy URL