|Who is it?||Actor|
|Birth Day||January 30, 2000|
|Birth Place||Seoul, South Korea, South Korea|
|Age||20 YEARS OLD|
|Height||1.58 m (5 ft 2 in)|
|Highest ranking||26 (13 July 2017)|
|Current ranking||26 (29 March 2018)|
|Medal record Representing Malaysia Women's badminton Southeast Asian Games 2017 Kuala Lumpur Women's singles 2015 Singapore Women's team 2017 Kuala Lumpur Women's team 2015 Singapore Women's singles World Junior Championships 2015 Lima Girls' singles 2016 Bilbao Mixed team 2017 Yogyakarta Mixed team 2017 Yogyakarta Girls' singles Asian Junior Championships 2015 Bangkok Girls' singles 2017 Jakarta Mixed team Representing MalaysiaWomen's badmintonSoutheast Asian GamesWorld Junior ChampionshipsAsian Junior Championships||2017 Kuala LumpurWomen's singles2015 SingaporeWomen's team2017 Kuala LumpurWomen's team2015 SingaporeWomen's singles2015 LimaGirls' singles2016 BilbaoMixed team2017 YogyakartaMixed team2017 YogyakartaGirls' singles2015 BangkokGirls' singles2017 JakartaMixed team|
Goh was born in Bukit Mertajam, Penang. She first started playing badminton at the age of 6 as a hobby before her father noticed her talent and let her train under the guidance of Teh Peng Huat, Lee Chong Wei's former coach. When she was 11, she won the national level representing her primary school. In 2013, she turned down an offer from Singapore to play for the country. She was drafted into the Malaysia national team in 2014.
In February 2015, Goh became the youngest-ever national winner at the age of 15 after defeating Lim Yin Fun in the finals of the Kuala Lumpur Open. At the 2015 Southeast Asian Games, Goh won the bronze medal in women's singles event and a silver medal in women's team event. She won her first senior title, the Belgian International at the age of 15 by defeating Kirsty Gilmour in the finals. She won her second title at the Vietnam International. At the 2015 World Junior Championships, she won the girls singles' event by defeating compatriot Lee Ying Ying in the final.
For the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, she was about to be chosen after Tee Jing Yi suffered an ankle injury in May before the player had been cleared to compete. In her first Grand Prix Gold tournament, Goh reached the finals of the Indonesian Masters before losing to top seed, Busanan Ongbamrungphan. She then lost in the semifinals of the Thailand Open to the same opponent. In December 2016, she became national No. 1 shuttler for the first time in her career after surpassing Tee Jing Yi in BWF Ranking.
In September 2017, Goh reached the final of the Singapore International which she lost to Ruselli Hartawan. At the 2017 World Junior Championships, Goh earn a silver medal in the teams event after Malaysia losing to China in the final. She claimed a bronze medal in the singles event after losing to Han Yue in the semi finals.