Teams

Team Eun-Jung Kim

Hometown: Gangneung, South Korea

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Eun-Jung KimKyeong-Ae KimCho-Hi KimSeon-Yeong KimYeong-Mi Kim
Birthdate: Nov. 29, 1990
Birthplace: Uiseong, South Korea
Resides: Uiseong, South Korea
Birthdate: Jan. 21, 1994Birthdate: May 18, 1993Birthdate: March 10, 1991
– Olympic silver medallist (2018)
– Pacific-Asia Curling Championships silver medallist (2014)
– Pacific-Asia Curling Championships bronze medallist (2012)
– Three-time Pacific Asia Junior Curling Championship silver medallist (2010, 2011 & 2012)
– Olympic silver medallist (2018)
– Pacific-Asia Curling Championships silver medallist (2014)
– Pacific-Asia Curling Championships bronze medallist (2012)
– World Junior Curling Championship silver medallist (2014)
– Pacific Asia Junior Curling Championship gold medallist (2014)
– Three-time Pacific Asia Junior Curling Championship silver medallist (2010, 2011 & 2012)
– Pacific Asia Junior Curling Championship bronze medallist (2013)
– Olympic silver medallist (2018)
– Pacific-Asia Curling Championships silver medallist (2014)
– Pacific-Asia Curling Championships bronze medallist (2012)
– World Junior Curling Championship silver medallist (2014)
– Pacific Asia Junior Curling Championship gold medallist (2014)
– Three-time Pacific Asia Junior Curling Championship silver medallist (2010, 2011 & 2012)
– Pacific Asia Junior Curling Championship bronze medallist (2013)
– Olympic silver medallist (2018)
– Pacific-Asia Curling Championships silver medallist (2014)
– Pacific-Asia Curling Championships bronze medallist (2012)
– Three-time Pacific Asia Junior Curling Championship silver medallist (2010, 2011 & 2012)

Team Bio

Team Kim made their Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling debut at the inaugural Tour Challenge (Tier 1) in 2015 and immediately rose near the top qualifying for the playoffs and reaching the semifinals.

Kim won three events in 2015-16: their hometown Uiseong International Curling Tour; the Shorty Jenkins Classic in Cornwall, Ont.; and the Canad Inns Women’s Classic in Portage la Prairie, Man. They also finished fourth at the International Bernese Ladies Cup in Switzerland and the CCT Uiseong Masters.

They became famous during the 2018 Winter Olympic Games as the “Garlic Girls” based on their hometown’s famous export. Team Kim earned the silver medal losing to Sweden’s Team Hasselborg in the gold-medal game.

The members of Team Kim use English names on the ice to improve their language skills: Annie, Steak, Sunny and Pancake.

Pinty’s Grand Slam of Curling record

SeasonEventWinsLossesResult
2015-16Tour Challenge (Tier 1)42Semifinalists
Masters23Missed Playoffs
National13Missed Playoffs
Open03Missed Playoffs
2016-17Masters41Quarterfinalists
National04Missed Playoffs
2017-18Tour Challenge (Tier 2)23Missed Playoffs
Open43Semifinalists
Players’ Championship14Missed Playoffs