High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Oh Eun-Sun (Korean:,
Hanja:, born March 11, 1966, in Namwon, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea)
is a South Korean female mountaineer. She is the first Korean woman
to climb the Seven Summits. On April 27, 2010, she reached the
Annapurna summit -- the mountain with the highest fatality/death
rate -- and claimed she had climbed all fourteen eight-thousanders,
which would have made her the first woman to achieve this feat, but
her claim to have ascended Kangchenjunga was disputed by multiple
experts. One of her Sherpas, Dawa Wangchuk, later admitted that the
group stopped about 150 meters below the Kangchenjunga summit
because of high winds and poor visibility, and the Korean Alpine
Federation ruled that she did not climb that peak.Edurne Pasaban is
therefore considered the first woman that has climbed all fourteen
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