and he didn't talk to Park but let IMG talk to her. so Park couldn't talk to Brian directly. If Park wanted meet him, she couldn't but IMG agent of Brian. (From what I heard)
So maybe it was not Park who handled not good way but it was Brian maybe.
You guys don't know the truth so don't talk bad about Park. She must be a good person. I mean she raised her dauther that person. she deserve some credit. it's a great job. She must be great person. cause lousy person can't make daughter that successful person. I studied education and did teaching person and it's so true from what I experienced. She must be some great person.
Last edited by silverling; 08-24-2010 at 03:53 PM.
Plus, I think that if she wanted to retire they would have managed a quite different press release, at least without all this mistery. Also if somehow they didn't want to announce yet the retirement (because still thinking about it or so), they could always have manage a different release.
I mean when you think about it Yu-na never really when she went in with Orser signed up to work with all of those students. I definetly think there's something more going on with the retirement.
I will say that I am not impressed with All State bringing Mao into it, and it makes no sense because Yu-na made a comment referring to that about how her and Orser's relationship was built on trust. It makes no sense.
I would be very weary of entering any room where the mother's of Carol Heiss, Peggy Flemming, Tara Lipinsky, and Yu Na Kim were together unless I wanted to see blood.
Last edited by bardtoob; 08-24-2010 at 03:55 PM.
"The Devil is joining in, and that's never a good sign." Phil Liggett
To me, this means that Brian was being paid to train Yu Na exclusively (explicitly or implied) for a set number of hours for which he was paid like a salary, and this financial agreement was ended but Brian was not necessary "fired" as her coach, but probably would have been paid for billed hours. After Brian was demoted my Yu Na's mother, he ended the relationship.Orser's management agency IMG said in a statement Tuesday that Kim's mother Park Mi-hee informed the coach on Aug. 2 that "he would no longer be retained" to coach the 19-year-old skater. IMG said "no reason was given for the sudden and unexpected decision."
Last edited by bardtoob; 08-24-2010 at 04:11 PM.
She donated tons of money. It's was her decision to donate money. they did it for really long time. from when she was little. they donated money not one time not 10 time but SEVERAL time. They helped other from long ago not just donating money. she did lot's of good events for society. she did many good things. went to orphan office and help people that kind of works. many times.
Only ambitions parent don't succeed. Ambitions person/parents ruin their child not make oly cham, world champ. it's takes more than. You need to do something right to have actually success. You need to be good person not only ambitious.
Last edited by silverling; 08-24-2010 at 04:14 PM.
I think Orser needed skaters who would definitely compete at the 2014 Olympics while Yu-Na needed time to think about her future career after the 2011 Worlds. Just time to say goodbye...