Winter Olympics ice skater suffers wardrobe malfunction as costume almost SLIPS OFF

Winter Olympics ice skater suffers wardrobe malfunction as costume almost SLIPS OFF

Winter Olympics ice skater suffers wardrobe malfunction as costume almost SLIPS OFF

She wrote: "Despite the wardrobe malfunction, I had an wonderful time competing in my home country!"

"Five seconds into the routine, my hook came undone", Min, who was born in California and has dual American and South Korean citizenship, said (via the Detroit Free Press).

Ice dancers Yura Min and Alex Gamelin, who train in Novi, will represent South Korea at the Olympics.

"I was like, 'Oh no!'" said Min, adding, "If that comes undone, the whole thing could just pop off. I was terrified the entire program". But instead of stopping in panic after the hook of her top came undone, Min carried on with her partner Alexander Gamelin, adding slight improvisations as she went along in order to secure her top from falling all the way off. Min said she was "terrified" and that she couldn't do the entire routine as planned because bringing her arms together would mean bringing her top down. Min noted that if she stopped to fix the dress during her performance she would get a point deduction.

While competing in the figure skating team event, she only paused once while performing synchronized side-by-side spins, or twizzles, when her top began slipping forward off her shoulders.

"I think the records depend on how much I try my best, rather than just focusing on winning", Lee told reporters.

"I would like to thank the audience for keeping us going until the end".

Yura Min was on thin ice during the team figure skating team short dance when, skating with partner Alexander Gamelin for South Korea, Min experienced a nightmare.

Riedell Shoes, Inc., is among the companies that sponsor both Min and Gamelin, who will return to the rink on February 19 for the individual ice dance competition.