I read Yuna's performance at worlds wasn't as good as her performance at Olympics, but it wasn't too bad either. While she had a couple of botched jumps, she still had her solid artistic side throughout the programs. Her coming back to the rink and preparing for another competition through a major post-Olympics slump, not having been in any of the season's competitions and still being able to come so close to winning worlds title is amazing and in a sense a personal victory for her, whose past 13 months must have been like a roller coaster ride. I don't see any current skaters pulling that other than Yuna, and for that I understand why she showed tears on the podium, not over her being in the 2nd place, but for the realization that she overcame another tough obstacle in her young life and came back on the podium once again. She showed everything there is an athlete, not just as a skater, could show at the Olympics, and that performance made it clear what she is capable of if her competitive fire is on. What else does she need to prove as an athlete? I am glad she is now experimenting with her skating, taking a Korean folk song unfamiliar to general skating fans and judges as her program music for example. Like a movie director who just made a huge commercial success is given freedom to explore for his/her real interest for the next movie projects, deviating from usual princess music and trying something new is a luxury a skater who achieved her lifetime goal as an competitive athlete can indulge. I am really interested in seeing what she will bring to the next competitive season, if she decides not to retire, because I sense the new programs will be as refreshing as her LP this year.