Yuna’s fans in Korea have saved up to donate $120,959 dollars to South Korea’s Childrens Leukemia Foundation in honor of Yuna’s 24th Birthday. Since 2011, they have donated $423,250 to help children diagnosed with leukemia.
“ Since I’m no longer an active athlete, I don’t feel the rigors of training anymore. Physically and mentally I feel stable. Since I don’t have a job at the moment (lol), I don’t feel stressed or pressured. When I was a competitive skater, I would spend hours debating while shopping - putting down clothes I liked because I just thought I would never wear them. Now, when I see pretty clothes I think “I’ll wear it someday” and buy what I like. Currently, I’ve been really into watching romantic comedy movies. I haven’t properly sat down to really test my alcohol tolerance levels. What I know for a fact though is that I don’t get the “asian glow”! I’ve only tried beer but my face doesn’t turn red. I don’t think I’ve really been introduced to real alcohol yet so I guess I’m not positively sure. ”
“ She’s just an average girl. Yuna has a lot more free time now, but she often doesn’t know what to do with it. So she’ll just randomly show up at the company office to just hang around. When she get’s hungry she’ll order food to eat and when she get’s bored she’ll do office errands, she is in charge of the copy machine. She always has the delivery (like Fedex) guys jumping in surprise. Yuna is that kind of kid. ”