2009 South Korean Figure Skating Championships

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2009 South Korean Figure Skating Championships
Type: National Championship
Date: January 9 – 10
Season: 2008–09
Location: Goyang
Champions
Men's singles:
Kim Min-seok
Ladies' singles:
Kim Na-Young
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The 2009 South Korean Figure Skating Championships were the South Korean Figure Skating Championships for the 2008–09 season. They were the 63rd edition of those championships held. They were organized by the Korean Skating Union.

Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's and ladies singles on the senior, junior, and novice levels for the title of national champion of South Korea. The results of the national championships were used to choose the South Korean teams to the 2009 World Figure Skating Championships, the 2009 Four Continents Figure Skating Championships, and the 2009 World Junior Figure Skating Championships.

The 2009 Championships took place between January 9 and 10, 2009 in Goyang.

Competition notes[edit]

  • The results of the competition were reported incorrectly to the International Skating Union. Despite being listed officially as the national champion, Kim Yuna did not compete.

Senior results[edit]

Men[edit]

Rank Name Region Points SP FS
1 Kim Min-seok KMS 132.55 1 1
2 Lee Dong-Whun LDH 121.10 2 2

Ladies[edit]

Rank Name Region Points SP FS
1 Kim Na-Young KNY 129.13 1 3
2 Kim Hyun-Jung KHJ 123.64 3 1
3 Kim Chae-Hwa KCH 122.10 2 2
4 Yun Yea-ji YYJ 119.10 5 4
5 Sin Na-Hee SNH 116.19 4 5
6 Shin Yea-Ji SYJ 108.51 6 6
7 Lee Sun-Bin LSB 83.75 7 7
WD Choi Ji-Eun 29.45

Junior results[edit]

Junior men[edit]

Rank Name Region Points SP FS
1 Lee Dong-won LDW 144.62 1 1
2 Lee June-hyoung LJH 117.56 3 2
3 Seo Min Seok SMS 112.47 2 4
4 Cha Oh-Reum COR 112.19 4 3

Junior ladies[edit]

Rank Name Region Points SP FS
1 Kwak Min-jeong KMJ 114.89 1 1
2 Park So-youn PSY 103.03 2 2
3 Kim Hyerin KHR 98.14 3 3
4 Lee Ho-jung LHJ 96.97 4 4
5 Kim Hae-jin KHJ 95.00 7 5
6 Seo Chae-Yeon SCY 91.51 6 6
7 Hong Yea-Seul HYS 89.34 5 8
8 Ahn Dasom ADS 87.90 8 7
9 Choi Whee CW 79.14 10 9
10 Moon Yoon-Sun MYS 71.22 9 10

Novice results[edit]

Novice boys[edit]

Rank Name Region Points SP FS
1 No Howon NHW 85.06 2 1
2 Kim Hwan Jin KHJ 80.74 3 2
3 Lim Taehyuk LTH 77.64 1 3
4 Yang Jae-Hyup YJH 62.22 5 4
5 Kim Jung-Sol KJS 22.09 4

Novice girls[edit]

Rank Name Region Points SP FS
1 Cha Inyoung CIY 84.70 2 2
2 Lee Hyun-Ji LHJ 83.22 3 3
3 Kim Ji-Won A KJW 82.45 6 1
4 Kim Jiyoung KJY 82.24 4 4
5 Kim Nayoun KNY 81.86 1 8
6 Claudia Muller CM 80.03 5 7
7 Cho Kyoungah CKA 78.33 9 5
8 Choi Dabin CDB 77.87 8 6
9 Lim Yea Young LYY 76.54 7 9
10 Kim Jiwon D 72.92 10 10
11 Yoo Joohyun YJH 69.02 13 11
12 Lee Keum-Joo LKJ 68.89 12 12
13 Choi Dahye CDH 68.69 11 13
14 Bae Su Min BSM 64.43 17 14
15 Yang Si-Jin YSJ 59.47 16 15
16 Lim Heejin LHJ 58.64 14 16
17 Chang Hye Seung CHS 57.36 15 17
WD Kim Soo Hyun

International team selections[edit]

Following the national championships, the teams to the World Championships, the World Junior Championships, and the Four Continents Championships were announced as follows.

World team[edit]

Men Ladies
1 Kim Min-seok Kim Yuna
Kim Na-Young

Four Continents team[edit]

Men Ladies
1 Kim Min-seok Kim Yuna
2 Kim Na-Young
3 Kim Hyeon-Jeong

World Junior team[edit]

Men Ladies
1 Kim Min-seok Kwak Min-jeong

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