Minhyeon Yoo, Korea: “I was surprised by the scoreline but I felt panicked throughout the game. We made a few more mistakes than we did yesterday and ultimately that cost us the game. Mixed Doubles was not as difficult as I thought it would be.”
“We need to pick ourselves up and try really hard to get the bronze medal.”
Eunbi Kim, Korea: “I feel really happy because it was a big win but also really sad because Korea lost as a result. It was really hard today playing against someone from my Mixed Team (Korea) - it didn’t feel like it was competition, it felt like it was Practice.”
Martin Sesaker, Norway: “I enjoy the success and this was a great win. Eunbi said it felt like a Practice game out there and often in curling this is really important because it feels like you don’t have any pressure on you, a bit of a relief when you’re in a very important game. To be honest, it didn’t feel like a big scoring game. In this particular game, you have to draw in front of the t-line to get points, if it is behind you can’t because you will just freeze it. Then when you’re in front you have much more possibilities. I have no doubt we can go on to win this final.
“I know Michael well and I think his team mate is very good. It will be a hard match. We are good at defensive shots and they are good at offensive so it will an interesting game.”