Yun, who won the hosts' second gold of the Games, finished 1.63 seconds ahead of Nikita Tregubov, an Olympic Athlete from Russian Federation, while Briton Dom Parsons took bronze after five-time world champion and Olympic silver medallist Martins Dukurs of Latvia made mistakes in his final run.
Olympic Athlete from Russia, Nikita Tregubov, rose from fourth to silver in the last run, a massive 1.63 seconds behind the victor.
Dom Parson's celebrated with gusto after winning Britain's first skeleton medal in 70 years. But the day belonged to Yun, who slides in an Iron Man helmet with glowing eyes that make him look like a superhero as he rockets around the course.
As for what happened in a nutshell late Friday (our time), Lindsey Vonn didn't win a medal but an unknown did in the super-G and USA men's figure skater Nathan Chen earned some redemption with a dazzling free program that didn't earn a place on the podium but it did make into the record books.
"I hope this could be the beginning of skeleton in Korea, not the end".
"The other girls did give me a good position, but it's a new position for me". But so many people came to watch and I know many more watched on TV. "That support really helped push me to win the gold medal".
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Bjoergen has now won 13 medals, equalling fellow countryman and biathlete Ole Einar Bjoerndalen for a record total among men and women at the Winter Olympic Games.
Typically, the likes of the United States, Austria, Canada, Germany and Switzerland have dominated the sport but Yun upset the established order with his breathtaking speed.
The Korean team started the match strongly as they scored three points in the first and third ends. "It's a great honour".
John Daly was in fourth place heading into the final run in Sochi, but had a disastrous final run to fall out of medal contention all the way to 15th place.
"I was very lucky to be able to move up". "Martins is one of the skeleton greats so I didn't expect him to make a mistake on his last Olympic run but I was very lucky. that he did".
"It's incredible, four years of work has gone into this".