As she spun around with partner Alexander Gamelin she had to keep adjusting her red top from slipping off her shoulders and baring all.
Min handled the threatening top like a true Olympian.
Yura Min, a figure skater competing for South Korea, made her Olympics debut on NBC last night.
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She wrote: "Despite the wardrobe malfunction, I had an incredible time competing in my home country!"
That might not seem like that big of a deal, but as Min told Jeff Seidel of the Detroit Free Press it was a hook that held the entire outfit together. In a post on Twitter, Min got candid with fans and followers, even joking that she promises to "sew myself in for the individual event". She adjusted her clothing and continued her performance.
Just five seconds into the pair's team figure skating event, Min, who is American born, had a hook on her wardrobe come undone, putting her in an awkward spot.
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"I would like to thank the audience for keeping us going until the end". I didn't stop because you get a deduction if you stop in the middle of a program. The whole time in the back of my head I was just thinking: "'Keep your back straight because it might come down". "I only noticed it halfway through". She was especially vulnerable during her twizzles, a synchronized side-by-side move.
"I didn't stop", she said.
"We told the skaters to prepare for a version without the lyrics to avoid political controversy and to perform while we wait for the IOC's decision", a spokesman for the Korea Skating Union said.
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Then Gerard exhibited the calmness that's become his trademark, executing a brilliant third run with the slightest of flaws. Americans Alexa Scimeca Knierim and Chris Knierim finished fourth in the free skate earning seven points.
Min and Gamelin are both American citizens and train in MI.