This interview was done in May by Arirang TV, a Korean English-based broadcasting media while he was in Korea producing Yuna's shows.
It talks about his life, skating in depth.
Part 1. Introduction. His impresson of Korea.
For a little tidbit, he says that it's really amazing for him to come to Korea since so many people recognize him but it's not the case in Canada, his own country. :laugh:
Part 2. Yuna, his role for her, his thoughts of competitiveness and pressure.
Part 3. Visiting Korea and producing All That Skate. Hilarious story about Ilia Kulik at 15:30, really
Part 4. David Wilson as a skater and his times during Ice Capades. How unbelievably awesome it was to be friend and skating with Dorothy Hamil, his idol.
The first time he's choreographed for a competing skater. How scary it was even to see someone compete.
Taking critisims about his works.
Part 5. The story of his life. His family, the memory of his parents, how broken and lost he was when they passed away. How David still terribly misses them and feels their presence all the time.
Thoughts on Han, which is a Korean word he came to know during choreographing Yuna's "Homage To Korea" and how he projects his life through Han.
Part 6. How he helps skaters through their difficult times and pressure.
The trip to Seoul with his aunts.
Closing questions: What is choreography for David Wilson? What would David Wilson advise for people?