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Wi Seo-yeong was born on 2005 in South, is a South Korean figure skater. At 15 years old, Wi Seo-yeong height is 5 ft 3 in (161.0 cm).

Now We discover Wi Seo-yeong's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of net worth at the age of 15 years old?

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She is currently single. She is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about She's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, She has no children.

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Wi Seo-yeong Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Wi Seo-yeong worth at the age of 15 years old? Wi Seo-yeong’s income source is mostly from being a successful Skater. She is from South. We have estimated Wi Seo-yeong's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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2020

Wi finished fourth in the senior division at the 2020 South Korean Championships, behind You Young, Lee Hae-in, and Kim Ye-lim. As a result, she was named to the 2020 World Junior Championships team, alongside Lee. At the 2020 World Junior Championships, Wi placed sixth in the short program after her flying sit spin was invalidated. She said: "It’s my first Junior Worlds, so I was very nervous today. I did no big mistakes, so I’m very satisfied." Wi improved to fifth in the free skating to finish sixth overall. Her placement, combined with Lee's, earned South Korea three spots for the next season.

2019

Wi opened the season by winning her first Junior Grand Prix medal, silver, at 2019 JGP France behind Kamila Valieva and ahead of Maiia Khromykh, both of Russia. She became the fifth Korean lady to score above 190 points internationally at the event. Wi's medal set off a series of consecutive medal wins by Korean ladies on the 2019–20 Junior Grand Prix. At her second event, 2019 JGP Poland, she finished fourth behind Alysa Liu, Viktoria Vasilieva, and Anastasia Tarakanova. She then competed at the 2019 Asian Open Trophy in November, winning gold by over 30 points ahead of teammate Ji Seo-yeon and Hong Kong's Hiu Yau Chow.

2018

Wi is the 2018 South Korean junior national champion. She is considered part of the second generation of "Yuna Kids," South Korean ladies who began skating after being inspired by 2010 Olympic Champion Yuna Kim.

Wi made her junior international debut at the 2018 Asian Open Trophy in August, where she won the bronze medal behind teammate Lee Hae-in and American Gabriella Izzo. She then received her first Junior Grand Prix assignments, placing fourth at both 2018 JGP Czech Republic and 2018 JGP Armenia. Competing as a senior domestically for the first time, Wi placed sixth at the 2019 South Korean Championships and was not selected for the 2019 World Junior Championships team.

2005

Wi Seo-yeong (Hangul: 위서영; born March 15, 2005) is a South Korean figure skater. She is the 2019 JGP France silver medalist, the 2019 Asian Open Trophy junior champion, the 2018 Asian Open Trophy junior bronze medalist, and the 2018 South Korean junior national champion. She placed in the top six at the 2020 World Junior Championships.

Wi Seo-yeong was born on March 15, 2005 in Seoul, South Korea.