Drawing was taken from DC Gallery. Credits to original owner.
English article from Chosen Ilbo:
A U.S. children's book author has written a biography of Olympic figure skating champion Kim Yu-na. Christine Dzidrums announced on her website on Saturday that she completed the biography "Yuna Kim: Ice Queen."
"I always thought I disliked writing non-fiction, but I really grew to love the research and writing process of working on a biography," Dzidrums wrote on her website. "Ever since finishing the (Joannie) Rochette bio, I was anxious to try my hand at non-fiction again, so I chose another figure skater who really intrigued me… Olympic champion figure skater Yuna Kim."
She added, "I had such fun researching/writing this book. And by the end I’d become quite the uber Yuna Kim fan. What an amazing athlete."
Dzidrums pointed out that the new book is shorter than her biography of figure skater Rochette, the bronze medalist at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics, but she believes "it's because it's better written. I've improved my writing… really tightened it up… cut to the chase, etc. I'm proud of the book."
보다 구체적으로 6일 표는 총 3683장이 남았으며, 7일 표는 2706장이, 8일 표는 3426장이 남았다. 총 4만여장의 표 중 3만 100여장이 벌써 팔려나간 셈.
Looks like over 30,000 tickets sold in half a day.
Yuna Kim's Giselle from my imagination
Hi, I'm Leoniie.
Really really looking forward to Yuna's new program.
Kim Yuna Voted as the Person the Public Hopes Would Survive an Apocalypse
Vanishing opened in theaters throughout Korea last Thursday, and Yes24 (similar to America’s fandango) conducted a poll that asked viewers to vote which public figure they would most likely want to survive an apocalypse. The poll was opened for eight days between March 28th and April 4rth. Guess who won? First place went to none other than figure skating queen Kim Yuna with 35% of the votes. Kim Yuna is the 2010 Olympic champion in figure skating and has overcome many hardships and obstacles before becoming Queen Yuna.
Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, narrowly lost to Kim Yuna with 34% of the votes. Soccer player Park Ji Sung, who currently plays for Manchester United, came in third with 23%. Fourth place went to President Barack Obama of the United States.