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Lee Hae-in (Korean: 이해인; born 16 April 2005) is a South Korean figure skater. She is a two-time champion on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (2019 JGP Latvia, 2019 JGP Croatia) and the two-time South Korean national senior medalist (silver in 2020, bronze in 2019). She represented her country at the 2020 World Junior Championships, where she finished 5th.

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  • Lee Hae-in (Korean: 이해인; born 16 April 2005) is a South Korean figure skater. She is a two-time champion on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (2019 JGP Latvia, 2019 JGP Croatia) and the two-time South Korean national senior medalist (silver in 2020, bronze in 2019). She represented her country at the 2020 World Junior Championships, where she finished 5th.
  • Lee Hae-in (Korean: 이해인; born 16 April 2005) is a South Korean figure skater. She is a two-time champion on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (2019 JGP Latvia, 2019 JGP Croatia) and the two-time South Korean national senior medalist (silver in 2020, bronze in 2019). She represented her country at the 2020 World Junior Championships, where she finished 5th. She is currently the 29th highest ranked ladies' singles skater in world by the International Skating Union following the 2019-20 figure skating season.
  • Lee Hae-in (Korean: 이해인; born 16 April 2005) is a South Korean figure skater. She is a two-time champion on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (2019 JGP Latvia, 2019 JGP Croatia) and a two-time South Korean national senior medalist (silver in 2020, bronze in 2019). She has competed at two World Junior Championships (2019, 2020), placing 8th and 5th, respectively. She is currently the 29th highest ranked ladies' singles skater in world by the International Skating Union following the 2019-20 figure skating season.
  • Lee Hae-in (Korean: 이해인; born 16 April 2005) is a South Korean figure skater. She is a two-time champion on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (2019 JGP Latvia, 2019 JGP Croatia) and a three-time South Korean national senior medalist (silver in 2020, 2021; bronze in 2019). She has competed at two World Junior Championships (2019, 2020), placing 8th and 5th, respectively. She is currently the 29th highest ranked ladies' singles skater in world by the International Skating Union following the 2019-20 figure skating season.
  • Lee Hae-in (Korean: 이해인; born 16 April 2005) is a South Korean figure skater. She is a two-time champion on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (2019 JGP Latvia, 2019 JGP Croatia) and a three-time South Korean national senior medalist (silver in 2020; bronze in 2019, 2021). She has competed at two World Junior Championships (2019, 2020), placing 8th and 5th, respectively. She is currently the 29th highest ranked ladies' singles skater in world by the International Skating Union following the 2019-20 figure skating season.
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  • Lee Hae-in (Korean: 이해인; born 16 April 2005) is a South Korean figure skater. She is a two-time champion on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (2019 JGP Latvia, 2019 JGP Croatia) and the two-time South Korean national senior medalist (silver in 2020, bronze in 2019). She represented her country at the 2020 World Junior Championships, where she finished 5th.
  • Lee Hae-in (Korean: 이해인; born 16 April 2005) is a South Korean figure skater. She is a two-time champion on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (2019 JGP Latvia, 2019 JGP Croatia) and the two-time South Korean national senior medalist (silver in 2020, bronze in 2019). She represented her country at the 2020 World Junior Championships, where she finished 5th. She is currently the 29th highest ranked ladies' singles skater in world by the International Skating Union following the 2019-20 figure skating season.
  • Lee Hae-in (Korean: 이해인; born 16 April 2005) is a South Korean figure skater. She is a two-time champion on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (2019 JGP Latvia, 2019 JGP Croatia) and a two-time South Korean national senior medalist (silver in 2020, bronze in 2019). She has competed at two World Junior Championships (2019, 2020), placing 8th and 5th, respectively. She is currently the 29th highest ranked ladies' singles skater in world by the International Skating Union following the 2019-20 figure skating season.
  • Lee Hae-in (Korean: 이해인; born 16 April 2005) is a South Korean figure skater. She is a two-time champion on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (2019 JGP Latvia, 2019 JGP Croatia) and a three-time South Korean national senior medalist (silver in 2020, 2021; bronze in 2019). She has competed at two World Junior Championships (2019, 2020), placing 8th and 5th, respectively. She is currently the 29th highest ranked ladies' singles skater in world by the International Skating Union following the 2019-20 figure skating season.
  • Lee Hae-in (Korean: 이해인; born 16 April 2005) is a South Korean figure skater. She is a two-time champion on the ISU Junior Grand Prix (2019 JGP Latvia, 2019 JGP Croatia) and a three-time South Korean national senior medalist (silver in 2020; bronze in 2019, 2021). She has competed at two World Junior Championships (2019, 2020), placing 8th and 5th, respectively. She is currently the 29th highest ranked ladies' singles skater in world by the International Skating Union following the 2019-20 figure skating season.
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