1186 km to Antarctica alone… Korea’s first ‘unsupplyed single’ Kim Young-mi returns to Korea on the 25th

Captain Kim Yeong-mi (42, North Face Athlete Team), the first Korean to reach the South Pole alone without receiving any supplies, returns home on the afternoon of the 25th.

On the 22nd (Korean time), Captain Kim Young-mi posted on her Instagram, “I arrived in Punta Arenas (the capital of Magayanes, Chile). I’m still sleepy even if I sleep.” After this, you will arrive in Seoul.”

At the same time, he said, “Have a happy Lunar New Year holiday, and have a happy time with your family.”

Ace Story, which produces a documentary about Captain Kim Young-mi’s conquest of the South Pole, announced the detailed schedule, “Captain Kim Young-mi will arrive at Incheon International Airport on the afternoon of the 25th.”

Captain Youngmi Kim departed from the Hercules Inlet in the west of Antarctica on November 27th local time and traveled 1186.5km alone for 51 days, pulling a 100kg sled, and reached 90 degrees south latitude on the 16th. He reached the South Pole alone, without any equipment or food.메이저놀이터

In 2004, an expedition led by Captain Park Young-seok led a team to reach the South Pole without supplies, but Captain Kim Young-mi is the first Korean to reach the South Pole ‘without supplies alone’.

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