Luckily, Kim recovered from her injury early this month without any aftereffects. Since she was not able to train full time for a while, she is training hard, 6 times a week, 6 to 7 hours a day. “Even though Kim trains alongside young skaters she is the last to leave. Sometimes she trains until the ice rink lights go off. It shows how determined and serious she is (about preparing for competition),” said KSU director Kim Kook-Jin, who watched Kim train.