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Kim, Yŏn-a, 1990-

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Personal name headingKim, Yŏn-a, 1990-
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Variant(s)김 연아, 1990-
Kim, Yuna, 1990-
김연아, 1990-
金姸兒, 1990-
Kim, Yeona, 1990-
Kim, Ju-na, 1990-
קים, יו-נה, 1990-
Ḳim, Yu-Nah, 1990-
Kim, Yu-Na, 1990-
Kima, Jona, 1990-
Kim, Jona, 1990-
Ким, Ёна, 1990-
Kim, Ëna, 1990-
Ким, Ёнь-а, 1990-
Kim, Ënʹ-a, 1990-
Ким, Ён А, 1990-
Кім, Йон А, 1990-
Kim, Ĭon A, 1990-
金妍兒, 1990-
Jin, Yan'er, 1990-
Associated countryKorea (South)
LocatedSeoul (Korea)
Toronto (Ont.)
Birth date19900905
Place of birthPuch'ŏn-si (Korea)
Field of activityFigure skating
AffiliationOlympic Winter Games (21st : 2010 : Vancouver, B.C.) Olympic Winter Games (22nd : 2014 : Sochi, Russia)
Profession or occupationFigure skaters Olympic athletes
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated
Found inHan-pŏn ŭi pisang ŭl wihan ch'ŏn-pŏn ŭi jŏmp'ŭ, 2009: t.p. (김 연아 = Kim Yŏn-a)
NAVER WWW Home Page, Mar. 4, 2014 (b. 1990; professional female figure skater; main character of Han-pŏn ŭi pisang ŭl wihan ch'ŏn-pŏn ŭi jŏmp'u; registered as Kim, Yuna at ISU)
Wikipedia, November 12, 2014 (Kim Yuna; Kim Yuna (Hangul: 김연아, Hanja: 金姸兒; born 5 September 1990); South Korean figure skater. She is the 2010 Olympic champion and 2014 silver medalist in ladies' singles; born Bucheon, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea; moved to Gunpo when she was six years old; moved to Toronto, Ontario, in May 2007 where she spent four years; residence: Seoul, South Korea; The correct transliteration of her name, 김연아, would be Kim Yeona. However, when Kim applied for her passport, she intended to write her name as "Yun-a", but the official miswrote her name as "Yu-na". In Hangul, Yu-na is written as "유나" rather than "연아". From the 2010-2011 season, her name was registered as "Yuna Kim" at her ISU profile) Czech page (Kim Ju-na) Spanish page (Kim Yu-Na) Hebrew page (קים יו-נה = Ḳim Yu-Nah) Latvian page (Kima Jona) Hungarian page (Kim Jona) Mongolian page (Ким Ёна = Kim Ëna; Ким Ёнь-а = Kim Ënʹ-a) Polish page (Kim Yu-na; Kim Yu-Na) Russian page (Ким Ён А = Kim Ën A) Ukrainian page (Кім Йон А = Kim Ĭon A) Chinese page (金妍兒 = Jin Yan'er)
Associated languagekor