They’ve competed at Oktoberfest in Barrie, Ont., in October, at the Central Ontario Skating sectional championships in Georgetown in early November (Moscovitch hasn’t skated at a COS event in seven years) and are competing this weekend – to get their minimum international points – at the Warsaw Cup, a senior B international event in Poland.
Getting minimum scores would allow them to compete at the Four Continents Championships and world championships later this season.
Koreans developed improved versions of many advanced innovations such as the metal movable type printing press, which used to print and publish the Jikji, the world's oldest extant movable metal type printed paper book in 1377.
In the 15th century, Koreans had one of the highest living standards in the world, and Sejong the Great invented Hangul to promote literacy amongst the general Korean population, enabling anyone to easily learn to read and write and transfer written information rather than spend years in learning complicated Hanja.
Both of their programs, choreographed by David Wilson, tell their story.