Lim Eun-soo (Figure Skater) Wiki, Biography, Age, Husband, Net Worth

is a South Korean figure skater. She is the 2018 Rostelecom Cup bronze medalist, the two-time CS Asian Open champion (2018, 2019), the 2018 CS U.S. Classic silver medalist, and the 2017 South Korean national champion. She has finished within the top ten at three senior ISU Championships.

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Lim Eun-soo Wiki, Biography

Date of Birth February 26, 2003
Birth Day February 26
Birth Years 2003
Age 19 years old
Birth Place Seoul, South Korea
Birth City Seoul
Birth Country South Korea
Nationality South Korean
Famous As Figure skater
Also Known for Figure skater
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Occupation Figure skater

Also Known by the Full name Lim Eun-soo, is a Good Figure skater. She was born on February 26, 2003, in Seoul, South Korea.Seoul is a beautiful and populous city located in Seoul, South Korea South Korea.

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Lim Eun-soo Net Worth

Lim Eun-soo has a net worth of $1.5 million (Estimated) which she earned from her occupation as Figure skater. Famously known as the Figure skater of South Korea. She is seen as one of the most successful Figure skater of all times. Lim Eun-soo Wealth & Primary Source of earning is being a successful South Korean Figure skater.

Lim entered the career as Figure skater In her early life after completing her formal education..

Net Worth

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 $0.5 Million to $1.5 Million Approx
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Born on February 26, 2003, the Figure skater is Probably the most famous person on social media. Lim is a popular celebrity and social media influencer. With her huge number of social media followers, she frequently shares numerous individual media files for viewers to comment with her massive amount of support from followers across all major social media sites. Affectively interact with and touch her followers. You can scroll down for information about her Social media profiles.

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Life Story & Timeline

2019

She is currently the ninth highest ranked ladies’ singles skater in world by the International Skating Union following the 2019-20 figure skating season.

After winning the silver medal at South Korea’s national championships, finishing behind You Young, and was assigned to the Four Continents Championships, and as South Korea’s lone ladies’ entry to the 2019 World Championships. At Four Continents, Lim placed fourth in the short program, with what would have been a new personal best score but for a one-point deduction for a time violation. The free skate proved a disappointment by comparison, with several bad landings dropping her to eighth place overall. Discussing her performance afterward, she said “I felt like everything is not working today. It’s just an experience. I don’t think today I had any part that’s good.”

Lim went on to finish tenth at the 2019 World Championships, qualifying two spots for South Korea for the 2020 World Championships. Lim’s World Championship debut was overshadowed by controversy when accusations were made that Lim had been deliberately injured in practice by American skater Mariah Bell, who also trained with Rafael Arutyunyan. An investigation by the ISU subsequently found no evidence to support the allegation.

Following the controversy at the World Championships, Lim departed Arutyunyan’s camp and returned to Korea for training with her former coaches. Lim began her season with her new coach at 2019 CS Autumn Classic International where she ranked fifth in the short program and third in the free, winning the bronze medal. She won a second bronze medal at the 2019 Shanghai Trophy.

Beginning the Grand Prix at 2019 Skate America, Lim was eighth in the short program following multiple jump errors. She rose to fifth place overall in the free skate. Lim continued with struggles at the 2019 NHK Trophy, her second Grand Prix. In the short program she had errors on her triple Lutz-triple toe loop combination and in her free skate she had multiple falls and numerous under rotations leading her to finish seventh overall. She was seventh as well at the 2020 South Korean championships, but as several of the skaters ahead of her were senior-ineligible, she was sent to the 2020 Four Continents Championships, held that year in Seoul. She finished eighth at Four Continents, of which she said ” I couldn’t be fully satisfied. So what I can do is practice hard and show good performances next year.”

2018

In January, she placed third at the national championships. Lim was subsequently named as part of Korea’s team to the 2018 World Junior Championships. She would go on to place fifth in the short program and 6th in the free skate to finish fifth overall.

On April 18th, it was reported that she would be moving to California to train with Rafael Arutyunyan.

Lim started the 2018-2019 season with a win at the 2018 CS Asian Open Trophy, placing first in the short program and second in the free. She obtained a personal best in the short with a score of 68.09. Lim’s second competition was the 2018 CS U.S. International Figure Skating Classic. At the event, she won a silver medal behind Satoko Miyahara of Japan and ahead of Kim Ye-lim, her Korean teammate.

About a month later, at the 2018 NHK Trophy, Lim earned a personal best of 69.78 in the short program, placing fourth. She struggled in the free program, however, receiving a score of 126.53. She finished the competition in sixth place, finishing with a score of 196.31.

At the 2018 Rostelecom Cup, Lim placed sixth in the short, missing her opening combination and stepping out on both her double axel and triple flip. However, she rebounded in the free program, skating cleanly and scoring a personal best in the free program, finishing third and winning her first senior medal on the Grand Prix circuit. She commented: “I have to skate better in my next competition, but overall I am satisfied. This season is really important for me, because it is my first senior season.”

2016

Earlier in her career, Lim won two medals on the ISU Junior Grand Prix series (bronze at the 2016 JGP Germany and silver at the 2017 JGP Austria). She has finished within the top five at the World Junior Championships for two consecutive years (2017, 2018).

Lim debuted on the Junior Grand Prix (JGP) series in September 2016, placing fourth in Ljubljana, Slovenia. In October, she received the bronze medal at a JGP event in Dresden, Germany. In January 2017, she won her first senior national title. In March, Lim placed fourth overall at the 2017 World Junior Championships, scoring personal bests in every segment of the competition in her ISU championship debut.

2014

Nationally, Lim started competing at the senior level during the 2014–15 figure skating season. She obtained the bronze medal at the 2016 South Korean Championships, finishing behind You Young and Choi Da-bin.

2003

Lim Eun-soo (Hangul: 임은수; born February 26, 2003) is a South Korean figure skater. She is the 2018 Rostelecom Cup bronze medalist, the two-time CS Asian Open champion (2018, 2019), the 2018 CS U.S. Classic silver medalist, and the 2017 South Korean national champion. She has finished within the top ten at two senior ISU Championships.

Lim was born on 26 February 2003 in Seoul, South Korea. Lim began skating in 2009. She started training with Chi Hyun-jung as her coach in 2014.

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