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KOREA-NORTH/
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May 02, 2007
A South Korean worker bids farewell to a North Korean woman (L) as North Koreans leave a hotel in Changwon,...
Changwon, South Korea
A South Korean worker bids farewell to a North Korean woman (L) as North Koreans leave a hotel in Changwon...
A South Korean worker bids farewell to a North Korean woman (L) as North Koreans leave a hotel in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 2, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang completed a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. The celebration, which was the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, took place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1P8VD
May 02, 2007
Lee Seok-haeng, head of South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) bids farewell to Won...
Changwon, South Korea
Lee Seok-haeng bids farewell to Won Hyong-guk as North Koreans leave a hotel in Changwon
Lee Seok-haeng, head of South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) bids farewell to Won Hyong-guk (L), the vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions as North Koreans leave a hotel in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 2, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang completed a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. The celebration, which was the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, took place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1P8V4
May 02, 2007
Won Hyong-guk, the vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions leaves a hotel in...
Changwon, South Korea
Won Hyong-guk, vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions leaves a hotel in Changwon...
Won Hyong-guk, the vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions leaves a hotel in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 2, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang completed a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. The celebration, which was the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, took place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1P8UW
May 02, 2007
North Korean workers from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union leave a hotel in Changwon, about 400 km (249...
Changwon, South Korea
North Korean workers from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union leave a hotel in Changwon
North Korean workers from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union leave a hotel in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 2, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang completed a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. The celebration, which was the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, took place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1P8US
May 02, 2007
A North Korean worker from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union waves towards South Koreans as he leaves to...
Changwon, South Korea
A North Korean worker from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union waves towards South Koreans as he leaves to...
A North Korean worker from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union waves towards South Koreans as he leaves to Pyongyang in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 2, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang completed a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. The celebration, which was the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, took place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1P8UN
May 02, 2007
North Korean workers from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union wave towards South Koreans before they leave...
Changwon, South Korea
North Korean workers from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union wave towards South Koreans before they leave...
North Korean workers from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union wave towards South Koreans before they leave to Pyongyang in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 2, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang completed a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. The celebration, which was the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, took place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1P8UI
May 02, 2007
North Korean workers from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union wave towards South Koreans before they leave...
Changwon, South Korea
North Korean workers from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union wave towards South Koreans before they leave...
North Korean workers from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union wave towards South Koreans before they leave to Pyongyang in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 2, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang completed a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. The celebration, which was the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, took place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1P8TC
May 02, 2007
North Korean workers from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union wave towards South Koreans before they leave...
Changwon, South Korea
North Korean workers from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union wave towards South Koreans before they leave...
North Korean workers from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union wave towards South Koreans before they leave to Pyongyang in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 2, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang completed a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. The celebration, which was the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, took place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-NORTH/
RTR1P8T5
May 02, 2007
A North Korean worker from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union waves towards South Koreans before he leaves...
Changwon, South Korea
North Korean worker from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union waves towards South Koreans before he leaves...
A North Korean worker from Pyongyang Railway Workers Union waves towards South Koreans before he leaves to Pyongyang in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 2, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang completed a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. The celebration, which was the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, took place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P7UJ
May 01, 2007
North Koreans wave "One Korea Flags" at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400...
Changwon, South Korea
North Koreans wave "One Korea Flags" at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon
North Koreans wave "One Korea Flags" at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 1, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. The banner reads, "South and North Korean Workers' Unification Rally commemorating May Day to realize the June 15 joint declaration (of the historic 2000 inter-Korean summit)". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P7UE
May 01, 2007
A North Korean woman takes pictures at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400...
Changwon, South Korea
A North Korean woman takes pictures at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon
A North Korean woman takes pictures at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 1, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P7U3
May 01, 2007
A North Korean woman waves "One Korea Flag" at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about...
Changwon, South Korea
A North Korean woman waves "One Korea Flag" at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon
A North Korean woman waves "One Korea Flag" at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 1, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P7OE
May 01, 2007
Soccer players consisting of North and South Korean workers wave "One Korea Flags" or "Unification Flags"...
Changwon, South Korea
Soccer players consisting of North and South Korean workers wave "One Korea Flags" or "Unification Flags"...
Soccer players consisting of North and South Korean workers wave "One Korea Flags" or "Unification Flags" during their friendly match in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 1, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P7OB
May 01, 2007
South Korean Hwang Jae-mun (L) of Danhab (Unity) team helps a North Korean player of Yondae (Solidarity)...
Changwon, South Korea
South Korean Hwang of Danhab (Unity) team helps North Korean player of Yondae (Solidarity) team during...
South Korean Hwang Jae-mun (L) of Danhab (Unity) team helps a North Korean player of Yondae (Solidarity) team during their friendly soccer match in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 1, 2007. Both teams consist of a mix of workers from the two Koreas. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P7O5
May 01, 2007
North Korean Oh Seung-chul (bottom) of Yondae (Solidarity) team challenges South Korean Hwang Jae-mun...
Changwon, South Korea
North Korean Oh of Yondae (Solidarity) team challenges South Korean Hwang of Danhab (Unity) team during...
North Korean Oh Seung-chul (bottom) of Yondae (Solidarity) team challenges South Korean Hwang Jae-mun of Danhab (Unity) team during their friendly match in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 1, 2007. Both teams consist of a mix of workers from the two Koreas. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P7NQ
May 01, 2007
Players of Yondae (Solidarity) team and Danhab (Unity) team, each consisting of North and South Korean...
Changwon, South Korea
Players of Yondae (Solidarity) team and Danhab (Unity) team, each consisting of North and South Korean...
Players of Yondae (Solidarity) team and Danhab (Unity) team, each consisting of North and South Korean workers, run with a "One Korea Flag" or "Unification Flag" after their friendly soccer match in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 1, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P7MP
May 01, 2007
Players of Yondae (Solidarity) team consisting of North and South Korean workers celebrate after Chae...
Changwon, South Korea
Players of Yondae team consisting of North and South Korean workers celebrate after Chae of North scored...
Players of Yondae (Solidarity) team consisting of North and South Korean workers celebrate after Chae Doo-young (2nd L) of the North scored a goal against Danhab (Unity) team, which also consists of workers from the two Koreas, during their friendly match in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 1, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P7K8
May 01, 2007
A worker from the Pyongyang Railway Workers Union waves towards South Koreans at an inter-Korean Labour...
Changwon, South Korea
A worker from the Pyongyang Railway Workers Union waves at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in...
A worker from the Pyongyang Railway Workers Union waves towards South Koreans at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 1, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P7K6
May 01, 2007
North Koreans wave 'One Korea' or 'Unification' flags at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon,...
Changwon, South Korea
North Koreans wave flags at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon
North Koreans wave 'One Korea' or 'Unification' flags at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 1, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P7K4
May 01, 2007
North Koreans wave 'One Korea' or 'Unification' flags at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon,...
Changwon, South Korea
North Koreans wave flags at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon
North Koreans wave 'One Korea' or 'Unification' flags at an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, May 1, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from Pyongyang arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P6Y3
April 30, 2007
Kim Ryong-chul (C) of Pyongyang Railway Workers Union heads the ball against Ahn Jin-woo of South Korea's...
Changwon, South Korea
Kim Ryong-chul of Pyongyang Railway Workers Union heads the ball against Ahn Jin-woo of South Korea's...
Kim Ryong-chul (C) of Pyongyang Railway Workers Union heads the ball against Ahn Jin-woo of South Korea's Federation of Korean Trade Unions during their inter-Korean workers' friendly match in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 30, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P6Y2
April 30, 2007
Kim Sung-hyok (L) of Pyongyang Railway Workers Union is challenged by Choi Jae-suk of South Korea's Federation...
Changwon, South Korea
Kim Sung-hyok of Pyongyang Railway Workers Union is challenged by Choi Jae-suk of South Korea's Federation...
Kim Sung-hyok (L) of Pyongyang Railway Workers Union is challenged by Choi Jae-suk of South Korea's Federation of Korean Trade Unions during their inter-Korean workers' friendly match in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 30, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P6Y0
April 30, 2007
Kim Kwang-chul (L) of Pyongyang Railway Workers Union and Jung Yon-ryong of South Korea's Federation...
Changwon, South Korea
Kim Kwang-chul of t Pyongyang Railway Workers Union and Jung Yon-ryong of South Korea's Federation of...
Kim Kwang-chul (L) of Pyongyang Railway Workers Union and Jung Yon-ryong of South Korea's Federation of Korean Trade Unions fight for the ball during their inter-Korean workers' friendly match in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 30, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
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April 30, 2007
Park Chul-ryong (3rd R) of Pyongyang Railway Workers Union celebrates his goal with team-mates during...
Changwon, South Korea
Park Chul-ryong of Pyongyang Railway Workers Union celebrates his goal with team-mates in Changwon
Park Chul-ryong (3rd R) of Pyongyang Railway Workers Union celebrates his goal with team-mates during a friendly soccer match with South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 30, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P6X9
April 30, 2007
Park Chul-ryong (C) of the Pyongyang Railway Workers Union is challenged by Seo Kwang-jin (L) and Lee...
Changwon, South Korea
Park Chul-ryong of the Pyongyang Railway Workers Union is challenged by Seo Kwang-jin and Lee Pyong-jae...
Park Chul-ryong (C) of the Pyongyang Railway Workers Union is challenged by Seo Kwang-jin (L) and Lee Pyong-jae (3) of South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions during a friendly workers' soccer match in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul April 30, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's two umbrella labour unions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P6IL
April 30, 2007
Leaders of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions participate in an inter-Korean Labour Day...
Changwon, South Korea
Leaders of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions participate in an inter-Korean Labour Day...
Leaders of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions participate in an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 30, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, takes place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P6IK
April 30, 2007
A North Korean labour union leader wears an insignia representing North Korean leader Kim Jong-il during...
Changwon, South Korea
A North Korean labour union leader wears an insignia representing North Korean leader Kim during an inter-Korean...
A North Korean labour union leader wears an insignia representing North Korean leader Kim Jong-il during an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 30, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, takes place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P6IJ
April 30, 2007
Leaders of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions participate in an inter-Korean Labour Day...
Changwon, South Korea
Leaders of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions participate in an inter-Korean Labour Day...
Leaders of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions participate in an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 30, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, takes place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P6IF
April 30, 2007
A North Korean labour union leader wears an insignia representing North Korean leader Kim Jong-il during...
Changwon, South Korea
A North Korean labour union leader wears an insignia representing North Korean leader Kim during an inter-Korean...
A North Korean labour union leader wears an insignia representing North Korean leader Kim Jong-il during an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 30, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, takes place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P6IB
April 30, 2007
Won Hyong-guk (2nd L), a vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions, speaks as...
Changwon, South Korea
Vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions Won speaks at an inter-Korean Labour...
Won Hyong-guk (2nd L), a vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions, speaks as other North Korean labour union leaders participate in an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 30, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, takes place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P6I5
April 30, 2007
A North Korean journalist films an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249...
Changwon, South Korea
A North Korean journalist films an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon
A North Korean journalist films an inter-Korean Labour Day celebration in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 30, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with South Korea's Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, takes place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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RTR1P595
April 29, 2007
A North Korean worker arrives at a hotel in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April...
Changwon, South Korea
A North Korean worker arrives at a hotel in Changwon
A North Korean worker arrives at a hotel in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 29, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with the South's two umbrella labour unions, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions, in the industrial city of Changwon. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, will take place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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RTR1P594
April 29, 2007
A North Korean worker arrives at a hotel in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April...
Changwon, South Korea
A North Korean worker arrives at a hotel in Changwon
A North Korean worker arrives at a hotel in Changwon, about 400 km (249 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 29, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with the South's two umbrella labour unions, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions, in the industrial city of Changwon. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, will take place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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RTR1P58T
April 29, 2007
A North Korean journalist films South Koreans celebrating arrival of North Koreans at Kimhae airport...
Kimhae, South Korea
A North Korean journalist films South Koreans celebrating arrival of North Koreans at Kimhae airport...
A North Korean journalist films South Koreans celebrating arrival of North Koreans at Kimhae airport in Pusan, 325 km (200 miles) southeast of Seoul, April 29, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with the South's two umbrella labour unions, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions, in the industrial city of Changwon. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, will take place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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RTR1P58O
April 29, 2007
A North Korean labourer waves 'One Korea Flag' or 'Unification Flag' upon his arrival at Kimhae airport...
Kimhae, South Korea
A North Korean labourer waves 'One Korea Flag' or 'Unification Flag' upon his arrival at Kimhae airport...
A North Korean labourer waves 'One Korea Flag' or 'Unification Flag' upon his arrival at Kimhae airport in Pusan, 325 km (200 miles) southeast of Seoul, via a direct flight from Pyongyang, April 29, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with the South's two umbrella labour unions, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions, in the industrial city of Changwon. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, will take place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTR1P58N
April 29, 2007
North Korean labourers wave 'One Korea Flags' or 'Unification Flags' upon their arrival at Kimhae airport...
Kimhae, South Korea
North Korean labourers wave 'One Korea Flags' or 'Unification Flags' upon their arrival at Kimhae airport...
North Korean labourers wave 'One Korea Flags' or 'Unification Flags' upon their arrival at Kimhae airport in Pusan, 325 km (200 miles) southeast of Seoul, via a direct flight from Pyongyang, April 29, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with the South's two umbrella labour unions, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions in the industrial city of Changwon from April 29-May 2, which is the first inter-Korean Labour Day celebration held in the South. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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April 29, 2007
Won Hyong-guk, a vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions receives a bouquet...
Kimhae, South Korea
Vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions Won receives flowers upon his arrival...
Won Hyong-guk, a vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions receives a bouquet of flowerd upon his arrival at Kimhae airport in Pusan, 325 km (200 miles) southeast of Seoul, via a direct flight from Pyongyang, April 29, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with the South's two umbrella labour unions, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions, in the industrial city of Changwon. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, will take place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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April 29, 2007
Won Hyong-guk (front L), a vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions ,and North...
Kimhae, South Korea
Vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions Won and North Korean official Rhee...
Won Hyong-guk (front L), a vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions ,and North Korean official Rhee Choong-bok (front R) arrive at Kimhae airport in Pusan, 325 km (200 miles) southeast of Seoul, via a direct flight from Pyongyang, April 29, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with the South's two umbrella labour unions, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions, in the industrial city of Changwon. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, will take place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
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April 29, 2007
Won Hyong-guk (L), a vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions, and North Korean...
Kimhae, South Korea
Vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions Won and North Korean official Rhee...
Won Hyong-guk (L), a vice chairman of North Korea's General Federation of Trade Unions, and North Korean official Rhee Choong-bok arrive at Kimhae airport in Pusan, 325 km (200 miles) southeast of Seoul, via a direct flight from Pyongyang, April 29, 2007. Sixty labourers and officials from the North arrived in the South on Sunday to participate in a joint Labour Day celebration with the South's two umbrella labour unions, the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and the Federation of Korean Trade Unions, in the industrial city of Changwon. The celebration, which is the first of such inter-Korean Labour Day events held in the South, will take place from April 29 to May 2. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
SPORT TENNIS
RTR191SH
February 12, 2006
India's Prakash Amritraj hits a return to South Korea's Jun Woong-sun during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
India's Amritraj hits return to South Korea's Jun during Davis Cup match in Changwon
India's Prakash Amritraj hits a return to South Korea's Jun Woong-sun during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Jun defeated Amritraj 3-6 6-3 7-5. The South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR191RL
February 12, 2006
India's Rohan Bopanna hits a return to South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
India's Bopanna hits return to South Korea's Lee during Davis Cup match in Changwon
India's Rohan Bopanna hits a return to South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR191RE
February 12, 2006
India's Rohan Bopanna hits a return to South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
India's Bopanna hits return to South Korea's Lee during Davis Cup match in Changwon
India's Rohan Bopanna hits a return to South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR191KU
February 12, 2006
South Korea's Jun Woong-sun hits a return to India's Prakash Amritraj during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
South Korea's Jun hits return to India's Amritraj during Davis Cup match in Changwon
South Korea's Jun Woong-sun hits a return to India's Prakash Amritraj during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Jun defeated Amritraj 3-6 6-3 7-5. The South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR191G5
February 12, 2006
South Korea's Jun Woong-sun hits a return to India's Prakash Amritraj during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
South Korea's Jun hits return to India's Amritraj during Davis Cup match in Changwon
South Korea's Jun Woong-sun hits a return to India's Prakash Amritraj during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Jun defeated Amritraj 3-6 6-3 7-5. The South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR19139
February 12, 2006
India's Prakash Amritraj hits a return to South Korea's Jun Woong-sun during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
India's Amritraj hits return to South Korea's Jun at Davis Cup match in Changwon
India's Prakash Amritraj hits a return to South Korea's Jun Woong-sun during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Jun defeated Amritraj 3-6 6-3 7-5. The South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR19121
February 12, 2006
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik serves to India's Rohan Bopanna during their men's singles match at the...
Changwon, Korea
South Korea's Lee serves to India's Bopanna during Davis Cup match in Changwon
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik serves to India's Rohan Bopanna during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR1911X
February 12, 2006
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik chases the ball during his men's singles match against India's Rohan Bopanna...
Changwon, Korea
South Korea's Lee chases ball in Davis Cup match against India's Bopanna in Changwon
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik chases the ball during his men's singles match against India's Rohan Bopanna at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR1911T
February 12, 2006
India's Rohan Bopanna hits a return to South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
India's Bopanna hits return to South Korea's Lee during Davis Cup match in Changwon
India's Rohan Bopanna hits a return to South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR1911O
February 12, 2006
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik hits a return to India's Rohan Bopanna during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
South Korea's Lee hits return to India's Bopanna at Davis Cup match in Changwon
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik hits a return to India's Rohan Bopanna during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR1911K
February 12, 2006
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik hits a return to India's Rohan Bopanna during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
South Korea's Lee hits return against India's Bopanna at Davis Cup match in Changwon
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik hits a return to India's Rohan Bopanna during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR190YX
February 12, 2006
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik reacts after defeating India's Rohan Bopanna during their men's singles...
Changwon, Korea
South Korea's Lee reacts after defeating India's Bopanna at Davis Cup match in Changwon
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik reacts after defeating India's Rohan Bopanna during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR163R0
February 12, 2006
India's Prakash Amritraj hits a return to South Korea's Jun Woong-sun during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
India's Amritraj hits return to South Korea's Jun at Davis Cup match in Changwon
India's Prakash Amritraj hits a return to South Korea's Jun Woong-sun during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Jun defeated Amritraj 3-6 6-3 7-5. The South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR163QY
February 12, 2006
India's Prakash Amritraj hits a return to South Korea's Jun Woong-sun during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
India's Amritraj hits return to South Korea's Jun during Davis Cup match in Changwon
India's Prakash Amritraj hits a return to South Korea's Jun Woong-sun during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Jun defeated Amritraj 3-6 6-3 7-5. The South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR163QX
February 12, 2006
South Korea's Jun Woong-sun hits a return to India's Prakash Amritraj during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
South Korea's Jun hits return to India's Amritraj during Davis Cup match in Changwon
South Korea's Jun Woong-sun hits a return to India's Prakash Amritraj during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Jun defeated Amritraj 3-6 6-3 7-5. The South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR163QV
February 12, 2006
South Korea's Jun Woong-sun hits a return to India's Prakash Amritraj during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
South Korea's Jun hits return to India's Amritraj during Davis Cup match in Changwon
South Korea's Jun Woong-sun hits a return to India's Prakash Amritraj during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Jun defeated Amritraj 3-6 6-3 7-5. The South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR163PN
February 12, 2006
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik serves to India's Rohan Bopanna during their men's singles match at the...
Changwon, Korea
South Korea's Lee serves to India's Bopanna during Davis Cup match in Changwon
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik serves to India's Rohan Bopanna during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR163PJ
February 12, 2006
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik chases the ball during his men's singles match against India's Rohan Bopanna...
Changwon, Korea
South Korea's Lee chases ball in Davis Cup match against India's Bopanna in Changwon
South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik chases the ball during his men's singles match against India's Rohan Bopanna at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR163PI
February 12, 2006
India's Rohan Bopanna hits a return to South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
India's Bopanna hits return to South Korea's Lee during Davis Cup match in Changwon
India's Rohan Bopanna hits a return to South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR163PE
February 12, 2006
India's Rohan Bopanna hits a return to South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
India's Bopanna hits return to South Korea's Lee during Davis Cup match in Changwon
India's Rohan Bopanna hits a return to South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT TENNIS
RTR163PD
February 12, 2006
India's Rohan Bopanna hits a return to South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik during their men's singles match...
Changwon, Korea
India's Bopanna hits return to South Korea's Lee during Davis Cup match in Changwon
India's Rohan Bopanna hits a return to South Korea's Lee Hyung-taik during their men's singles match at the first round of the Davis Cup Asia-Oceania Group I tennis tournament in Changwon, about 400 km (248 miles) southeast of Seoul February 12, 2006. Lee defeated Bopanna 6-3 6-1 6-2 and the South Korean team qualified for the next round. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
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