The crowning moment of any opening ceremony: the final leg of the torch relay and the lighting of the Olympic caldron. Inbee Park, the golfer, was one of the final torchbearers. And the hero chosen for the highest of Olympic honors was Yuna Kim, the profoundly popular figure skater who won the gold medal in and the silver in She is a beloved celebrity in South Korea and often referred to as Queen Yuna. A unified Korean team of athletes marched out together carrying the unification flag as the South Korean president, Moon Jae-in, watched from the stands near Kim Yo-jong, the sister of the North Korean leader. The Olympics may have renewed hopes of a unified Korea for some, but attitudes about becoming a single nation again have shifted since the last time South Korea hosted an Olympics, the Summer Games in Seoul. In general, younger South Koreans are less favorable toward reintegrating with the impoverished North. In fact, a recent survey showed that more than 70 percent of South Koreans in their 20s were against reunification.
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The reason for that is tied up in the fact that figure skating -- for all its balletic grace and beauty -- is a sport. Yes, her long program was jam-packed with jumps, and it was entertaining to watch her unique spins. I remember those, but I recall little of what she did in between. I enjoyed watching Kim much more. She embodied one of the things that makes figure skating -- a sport in which I used to compete -- unlike most other sports: artistic grace. She skated beautifully.
I think that was my favorite memory. It was Kim, South Korea and the Olympics at p. Temperatures were in the high 20s. It felt like the warmest evening of the week. As the 35,capacity stadium could have predicted, the iconic figure skater lit the cauldron, the symbolic opening of the Games. In a long white dress and skates on a tiny sheet of ice, she became the first woman given the honor alone since and the youngest solo lighter since
At the end of a flawless performance, it seemed that nothing could come between Yuna Kim and her bid to become only the third woman to win back-to-back Olympic gold medals in figure skating. But Kim, the undisputed darling of South Korean sport, and the millions of her compatriots who had stayed up into to the early hours to watch her decisive long programme at the Sochi Winter Olympics on Thursday, had not reckoned with the sport's opaque and controversial scoring system. When the scores had been tallied, the year-old overwhelming favourite had to settle for a silver medal, losing out by 5.