Kim Yuna's Kiss & Cry
|Kim Yuna's Kiss & Cry|
|Country of origin||South Korea|
|No. of episodes||14|
|Original network||Seoul Broadcasting System|
|Original release||May 22– August 21, 2011|
Kim Yuna's Kiss & Cry (Korean: 김연아의 키스 & 크라이) was a South Korean figure skating/ice dancing competition/reality show. It aired from May 22 to August 21, 2011 as part of the Good Sunday line-up on SBS. While the professional skater can perform jumps within a program, the lifting restrictions (no lifts above the man's waist) meant this is mostly in line with ice dancing regulations.
|No.||Star skaters||Professional skaters||Remarks|
|1||Krystal Jung (Singer - girl group f(x) and actress)||Lee Dong-whun (age:25)||Winner of K & C|
|2||Kim Byung-man (Comedian)||Lee Soo-kyung (age:29)||2nd placing of K & C|
|3||Lee Kyou-hyuk (Long track speed skater)||Choi Sun-young (age:26)||3rd placing of K & C|
|4||Son Dam-bi (Singer and actress)||Cha Oreum (age:21)||4th placing of K & C|
|5||Park Joon-geum (Actress)||Kim Doh-wan (age:26)||eliminated @ Ep 12|
|6||U-Know Yun-ho (Singer - pop duo TVXQ and actor)||Claudia Jin-joo Müller Choi (age:15)||left competition after Ep 11|
|7||Lee Ah-hyun (Actress)||Kim Hyun-chul (age:36)||eliminated @ Ep 11|
|8||Jin Ji-hee (Actress)||Cha Jun-hwan (age:11)||eliminated @ Ep 10|
|9||IU (Singer and actress)||Choi In-hwa (age:27)||eliminated @ Ep 8|
|10||Seo Ji-seok (Actor)||Yoo Sun-hye (age:28)||eliminated @ Ep 8|
- Chung, Ah-young (2 May 2011). "Kim Yu-na to host TV show". The Korea Times. Retrieved 13 October 2014.
- Hong, Lucia (31 March 2011). "TVXQ's U-Know Yunho, IU to take up ice skating for new show". 10Asia. Retrieved 13 October 2014.
- Kwon, Mee-yoo (7 June 2011). "Reality TV gets a spin as stars challenge skating, dancing". The Korea Times. Retrieved 13 October 2014.
- Kim, Ji-yeon (13 January 2012). "Kiss and Cry 2 Working Hard for a New Cast". enewsWorld. Retrieved 13 October 2014.
- Official website (in Korean)
- Kim Yuna's Kiss & Cry on Twitter (in Korean)
- on 's channelYouTube (in Korean)
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