[헤럴드경제=함영훈 기자] Cheerful steel-beautiful entertainer Si-young Lee set a new world record for iron female climbers at the top of a 4,164-meter mountain in Switzerland. She climbed up to 1.5 times the height of Mt. Baekdu and performed a performance calling for the improvement of women’s rights and interests.
|Si-Young Lee set a new world record for human tie performance in the snowy mountains of Switzerland, 1.5 times higher than Mt. Baekdu. The second from the right is Lee Si-young.|
|Si-Young Lee participated in the 4,164m above sea level female human tie|
According to the Switzerland Tourism Agency on the 20th, Si-young Lee made a mark in the history of women’s mountain sports when 80 female mountaineers including herself Si-young Lee gathered in Switzerland on the 17th.
The 80 female climbers who participated in the world record participated in 25 countries around the world including Korea, Europe, the United States, Iran, India, South Africa, Kazakhstan and Ecuador.
This world record event was held as part of the ‘100% Women’ campaign hosted by the Swiss Tourism Agency, with the aim of providing female mountaineers around the world with a new opportunity to explore Switzerland’s nature, and furthermore, to support women’s new challenges. became
This is a campaign to create opportunities for women to step out of their familiar environment and actively take on challenges for new achievements and achieve self-realization.
As the ‘100% Women’ campaign was announced on March 8 last year to mark International Women’s Day, this event was specially designed for women by women, awakening the abilities and potential of all women around the world and giving them a greater meaning. It contains the meaning of respecting the human rights and rights of all women.
|Korea Representative Lee Si-young|
|World women’s representatives such as Lee Si-young, who silently climbed the 4,164m snowy mountain even though it was difficult|
Si-Young Lee, who is also a public relations ambassador for the Swiss Tourism Agency, said, “It is very meaningful to participate in this ‘100% Woman’ event that supports women’s new challenges. “I am delighted to have achieved a world record with a wide range of female climbers around the world, and have successfully completed the climb safely.”
Historian Marie-France Hendrikx, who participated in the event as one of the Swiss representatives, said after a successful climb, “This adventure, which only women participated, was an experience full of positive energy and enthusiasm. The history of mountain sports has been enriched with the addition of a chapter written by a woman to this event. We hope this event will inspire more women,” she said.