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The South Korean star's skimpy red dress slipped just seconds into her short dance routine, threatening to reveal just a little too much to the millions watching around the world.

You know that stereotypical dream people have where they give a huge presentation standing in front of a crowd and they're totally naked?

When the South Korean skater made her Olympic debut on February 11, a wardrobe malfunction threatened to expose her just seconds into her short routine.

Lee Sang-hwa, considered a medal favorite for the PyeongChang Winter Olympics, kicked off her training in the Olympic city of Gangneung on Tuesday.

She kept skating, albeit it with gritted teeth and while improvising with Gamelin, with her arms held back to keep her top in place in what was only the biggest competition of her life.

However, Min handled it with grace, knowing stopping to fix it would only cost her and her partner, Alexander Gamelin.

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"I was like, 'Oh no!' If that comes undone, the whole thing could just pop off".

"Although I was kind of nervous before, I think the competition will be fun", Park said after her training session. She was especially vulnerable during her twizzles, a synchronized side-by-side move. "It started to come down so I had to stop my twizzle and pull it back up", she told AP.

Min was able to get through the entire routine with her outfit in place.

While Min and Gamelin's experience in the team left a lot to be desired - they finished ninth out of 10 pairs with 51.97 points - they'll get a chance to make it right.

Canada's Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir, the reigning world champions, came in first with 80.51 points.

Wardrobe malfunctions happen to the best of us - "regular" folks and celebrities alike.