Two days after the ladies skating event ended, the Korea Skating Union asked for an investigation into the judging that ended with Russia's Adelina Sotnikova beating South Korea's Yu-Na Kim for the Olympic gold medal.
One person isn't fazed by it: Kim.
When asked Saturday night about her federation's action, Kim said, "I just think the people around me are more upset than I am. A lot of people thought I was crying (on TV) because of the score, but actually, I wasn't. There was no other meaning. I was just really happy it was all over and I had a good result.
"I don't think the letter is going to change the result, so I'm not really upset about it," Kim added.
Kim, who had just performed in the Olympic gala along with the other medalists and top skaters in these Winter Games, reiterated that she has no plans to compete in the 2018 Olympics which will be held in South Korea.
"I was an athlete," Kim said, adding that she plans to use her time between now and 2018 "to help as many athletes (in Korea) as much as I can."
The one major event on her immediate docket, she said, was a show scheduled for May in Seoul.
Kim said she had no added emotions after having just competed in her final Olympics.
"I've been here for about a week, and I'm really happy it's the end right now," she said