Miss Oh Eun-Sun in tears at a press conference in December, 2009, held after the Korean Alpine Federation first asked for more proof of her Kangchenjunga summit claim. Image by Yonhap News courtesy Yonhap News/Korean Herald, SOURCE
Highest point reached by Oh Eun-Sun on Kangchenjunga in spring, 2009, as reported to Der Spiegel.
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There's no break for Oh Eun-Sun. Thursday, the Korean Alpine Federation (KAF) declared her summit claim for Kangchenjunga 2009 "unlikely." Their doubts add to those previously brought forward by rival Edurne Pasaban, which moved Himalayan chronicler Elizabeth Hawley this spring to tag the summit as disputed." ExplorersWeb/AdventureStats previously investigated but found no proof to invalidate Miss Ohs summit, and no new evidence seem to have showed up since.KAF: lack of proofSeven senior members of the Korean Alpine...