Lee Sang-hwa ended the ISU World Sprint Championships in third place overall on Monday.
She won the second of the women's 500-m races in Salt Lake City, Utah in 36.99 seconds to make up for a disappointing Sunday, when she clocked 37.28 seconds to finish runner-up. It marked the first time she has failed to win a race at this distance all season.
In the 1,000-m competition, Lee clocked 1:14.19 in the second race to finish eighth but set another Korean record in the process. She already set a new Korean record in the first race on Sunday with 1:14.39.
Heather Richardson of the U.S., won the overall title with 148.015 points and China's Jing Yu came second with 148.280 points.