Lee Hae-in won the silver medal at the World Figure Skating Championships with a perfect performance. It is the first time in 10 years since Kim Yu-na that a Korean player has won a medal at the World Championships.
This is reporter Bae Jeong-hoon’s report.
Lee Hae-in, who broke her personal best in the short program, took off again yesterday (24th) in free skating.
Lee Hae-in, who performed the first jump double axel-triple toe loop cleanly, was judged to have insufficient rotation on the second link jump, but earned extra points on all the remaining jumps, including the last three jumps.
He performed his step act with confident gestures.
Lee Hae-in, who completed the final spin perfectly메이저사이트, cheered with his fists clenched and drew hearts over his head to respond to the cheering of the crowd.
Hae-in Lee, who again broke his personal best with his total of 220.94, finished second behind Japan’s Kaori.
It is the first time in 10 years that a South Korean figure skater has won a medal at the World Championships since Yuna Kim, who won gold in 2013.
After winning a dramatic come-from-behind victory at the Four Continents Championships last month, Lee Hae-in, who showed off his best skills at the World Championships, put his national flag on his shoulder and smiled brightly.
[Lee Hae-in/National Figure Skating Representative: I didn’t even expect to win a medal at the World Championships, and it’s such an honor that I won a medal after Yuna unnie in 10 years, and I think I’ll have to work harder in the future.] —
Program Cha Jun-hwan, who finished third with a clean performance in the , will challenge the first Korean male player to win a medal at the World Championships tonight.