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SOCCER/
RTR2EJRV
May 30, 2010
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (11) controls the ball while Australia's players try to stop her during their...
Chengdu, China
North Korea's Kim Kyong-Hwa controls the ball while Australia's players try to stop her during their...
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (11) controls the ball while Australia's players try to stop her during their AFC Women's Asian Cup 2010 final soccer match in Chengdu Sports Centre, Sichuan province May 30, 2010. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
OLYMPICS-SOCCER/
RTR20YS0
August 12, 2008
Simone Laudehr of Germany (L) and Kim Kyong Hwa of North Korea battle for the ball during their women's...
Tianjin, China
Simone Laudehr of Germany and Kim Kyong Hwa of North Korea battle for the ball during their women's first...
Simone Laudehr of Germany (L) and Kim Kyong Hwa of North Korea battle for the ball during their women's first round Group F soccer match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in Tianjin August 12, 2008. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-SOCCER/
RTR20OFK
August 06, 2008
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (2nd R) celebrates her goal with her teammates Sonu Kyong-sun (L), Song Jong-sun...
Beijing, China
North Korea's Kim celebrates her goal with her teammates after scoring against Nigeria during their Group...
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (2nd R) celebrates her goal with her teammates Sonu Kyong-sun (L), Song Jong-sun and Ri Un-gyong (R) after scoring against Nigeria during their Group F first round women's soccer match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in Shenyang August 6, 2008. REUTERS/Alvin Chan (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-SOCCER/
RTR20OFG
August 06, 2008
North Korea's team poses before their Group F first round women's soccer match against Nigeria at the...
Beijing, China
North Korea's team poses before their Group F first round women's soccer match against Nigeria at the...
North Korea's team poses before their Group F first round women's soccer match against Nigeria at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in Shenyang August 6, 2008. They are (front row L-R) Om Jong-ran, Ri Un-suk, Ri Un-gyong, Kim Kyong-hwa, Kil Son-hui, Song Jong-sun, (back row L-R) Jon Myong-hui, Sonu Kyong-sun, Kong Hye-ok, Kim Yong-ae and Ri Kum-suk. REUTERS/Alvin Chan (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-SOCCER/
RTR20OF7
August 06, 2008
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (2nd R) celebrates her goal with her teammates after scoring against Nigeria...
Beijing, China
North Korea's Kim celebrates her goal with her teammates after scoring against Nigeria during their Group...
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (2nd R) celebrates her goal with her teammates after scoring against Nigeria during their Group F first round women's soccer match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in Shenyang August 6, 2008. REUTERS/Alvin Chan (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-SOCCER/
RTR20OF4
August 06, 2008
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (R) shoots to score a goal past Nigeria's goalkeeper Precious Dede during...
Beijing, China
North Korea's Kim shoots to score a goal past Nigeria's goalkeeper Dede during their Group F first round...
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (R) shoots to score a goal past Nigeria's goalkeeper Precious Dede during their Group F first round women's soccer match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in Shenyang August 6, 2008. REUTERS/Alvin Chan (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-SOCCER/
RTR20OF2
August 06, 2008
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa celebrates her goal next to Nigeria's (L-R) Christie George, Ulunma Jerome...
Beijing, China
North Korea's Kim celebrates her goal next to Nigeria's George, Jerome and Cole during their Group F...
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa celebrates her goal next to Nigeria's (L-R) Christie George, Ulunma Jerome and Lilian Cole during their Group F first round women's soccer match at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games in Shenyang August 6, 2008. REUTERS/Alvin Chan (CHINA)
SOCCER-WOMEN/AFC
RTX6NFW
June 08, 2008
China's Bi Yan (L) and North Korea's Kim Kyong-Hwa clash during the AFC Women's Asian Cup 2008 final...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
China's Bi and North Korea's Kim clash during the AFC Women's Asian Cup final in Ho Chi Minh City
China's Bi Yan (L) and North Korea's Kim Kyong-Hwa clash during the AFC Women's Asian Cup 2008 final soccer match in Ho Chi Minh City June 8, 2008. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
SOCCER-WOMEN/CUP
RTR1U4O3
September 22, 2007
North Korea's Kim Kyong Hwa (R) reacts after Germany's Renate Lingor (C) scored a goal during their quarter-final...
Wuhan, China
North Korea's Kim reacts after Germany's Lingor scored a goal during quarter-final soccer match in the...
North Korea's Kim Kyong Hwa (R) reacts after Germany's Renate Lingor (C) scored a goal during their quarter-final soccer match in the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup at the Wuhan Sports Centre Stadium in China September 22, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
SOCCER/WORLD-WOMEN
RTR1TZJQ
September 18, 2007
North Korea's Kim Kyong Hwa (2) reacts as Sweden's players celebrate after Charlotta Schelin (C, back)...
Tianjin, China
North Korea's Kim reacts after Sweden's Schelin scores in Tianjin
North Korea's Kim Kyong Hwa (2) reacts as Sweden's players celebrate after Charlotta Schelin (C, back) scores, chased by team mates Caroline Seger (5) and Hanna Ljungberg (10) during their Group B soccer match at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup in Tianjin September 18, 2007. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (CHINA)
SOCCER/WORLD-WOMEN
RTR1TZDP
September 18, 2007
Sweden's Frida Ostberg (L) and North Korea's Kim Kyong Hwa fight for the ball during their Group B soccer...
Tianjin, China
Sweden's Frida Ostberg and North Korea's Kim Kyong Hwa fight for the ball in Tianjin
Sweden's Frida Ostberg (L) and North Korea's Kim Kyong Hwa fight for the ball during their Group B soccer match at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup in Tianjin September 18, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
SOCCER/WORLD-WOMEN
RTR1TPMV
September 11, 2007
Kate Markgraf (2nd L) of the U.S. blocks North Korea's Kim Kyong-Hwa (2) off in front of the gate during...
Chengdu, China
Kate Markgraf of the U.S. blocks North Korea's Kim Kyong Hwa off in Chengdu
Kate Markgraf (2nd L) of the U.S. blocks North Korea's Kim Kyong-Hwa (2) off in front of the gate during their group soccer match of the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup at the Chengdu Sports Centre Stadium September 11, 2007. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA)
SOCCER/WORLD-WOMEN
RTR1TPM5
September 11, 2007
North Korea's Kim Kyong Hwa (L) jumps to head the ball with Abby Wambach (R) of the U.S. during their...
Chengdu, China
North Korea's Kim jumps to head the ball with Wambach of the US during their group match in the 2007...
North Korea's Kim Kyong Hwa (L) jumps to head the ball with Abby Wambach (R) of the U.S. during their group match at the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup at the Chengdu Sports Centre Stadium September 11, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
GAMES-ASIA/SOCCER
RTR1KD76
December 13, 2006
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (R) fights for the ball with Japan's Yangita Miyuki during their gold medal...
Doha, Qatar
North Korea's Kim fights for the ball with Japan's Miyuki during their gold medal women's match at the...
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (R) fights for the ball with Japan's Yangita Miyuki during their gold medal women's soccer match at the Asian Games in Doha December 13, 2006. REUTERS/Fadi Alassaad (QATAR)
GAMES-ASIA/SOCCER
RTR1KD6C
December 13, 2006
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (R) fights for the ball with Japan's Yangita Miyuki during their gold medal...
Doha, Qatar
North Korea's Kim fights for the ball with Japan's Miyuki during their gold medal women's match at the...
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (R) fights for the ball with Japan's Yangita Miyuki during their gold medal women's soccer match at the 15th Asian Games in Doha December 13, 2006. REUTERS/Fadi Alassaad (QATAR)
SPORT SOCCER
RTR1GYPY
September 03, 2006
China's Liu Xiaoyan (L) and North Korea's Kim Kyong Hwa fight for the ball during the final of the FIFA...
Moscow, Russian Federation
China's Liu and North Korea's Kim fight for ball during final of FIFA soccer U-20 Women's World Championship...
China's Liu Xiaoyan (L) and North Korea's Kim Kyong Hwa fight for the ball during the final of the FIFA soccer U-20 Women's World Championship in Moscow September 3, 2006. North Korea won the final 5-0. REUTERS/Anton Denisov (RUSSIA)
SPORT SOCCER EAST
RTRYH35
August 04, 2005
North Korea's Song Jong-sun and Kim Kyong-hwa walk past South Korean players celebrating victory in Chonju....
Chonju, Korea
North Korea's Song Jong-sun and Kim Kyong-hwa walk past South Korean players celebrating ...
North Korea's Song Jong-sun and Kim Kyong-hwa walk past South Korean players celebrating victory in Chonju. North Korea's Song Jong-sun and Kim Kyong-hwa (R-L in white jersey) walk past South Korean players celebrating their victory after their East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match in Chonju, South Korea August 4, 2005. South Korea beat North Korea 1-0. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT SOCCER EAST
RTRYEXJ
August 01, 2005
North Korean women's national team members line up for a group photograph at East Asian Football Federation...
Chonju, Korea
North Korean women's national team members line up for a group photograph at East Asian ...
North Korean women's national team members line up for a group photograph at East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match in Chonju. North Korean women's national team members line up for a group photograph before playing Japan at the East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match in Chonju, about 240 km (149 miles) south of Seoul, August 1, 2005. (L-R, back row) Song Jong-sun, Ho Sun-hui, Kim Hwa-song, Kong Hye-ok, Ri Kum-suk, Han Hye-yong (L-R, front row) Jo Yun-mi, Ri Un-suk, Ri Un-gyong, Om Jong-ran, Pak Kyong-sun. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
KOREA NORTH
RTRQ2JI
October 24, 2003
North Korea's Mun Chol-mee (2nd-R) celebrates her goal with her
teammate Kim Kyong-hwa as South Korea's...
Cheju, Korea - Republic of
NORTH KOREA'S MUN CELEBRATES HER GOAL WITH TEAMMATE KIM IN CHEJU
ISLAND, SOUTH KOREA.
North Korea's Mun Chol-mee (2nd-R) celebrates her goal with her
teammate Kim Kyong-hwa as South Korea's goalkeeper Kim Jung-mee (L)
reacts during a friendly match at the "Korea Peace Festival" in South
Korea's Cheju Island October 24, 2003. North Korea beat South Korea
4-0. About 190 North Korean athletes and officials are in South Korea's
Cheju Island for the "Korea Peace Festival", which is a joint sports
and cultural festival held from October 23-27 amid tension over North
Korea's nuclear weapons ambitions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won

LJW/FA
KOREA NORTH
RTRQ2J1
October 24, 2003
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (L) is challenged by South Korea's Kim
Jin-hee during a friendly match at...
Cheju, Korea - Republic of
NORTH KOREA'S KIM IS CHALLENGED BY SOUTH KOREA'S KIM DURING A FRIENDLY
MATCH IN CHEJU, SOUTH KOREA.
North Korea's Kim Kyong-hwa (L) is challenged by South Korea's Kim
Jin-hee during a friendly match at the "Korea Peace Festival" in South
Korea's Cheju Island October 24, 2003. North Korea beat South Korea
4-0. About 190 North Korean athletes and officials are in South Korea's
Cheju Island for the "Korea Peace Festival", which is a joint sports
and cultural festival held from October 23-27 amid tension over North
Korea's nuclear weapons ambitions. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won

LJW/FA
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