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January 25, 2007 
French President Jacques Chirac greets South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Ho-young (R) upon his arrival... 
Paris, France 
French President Jacques Chirac greets South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Ho-young at the International... 
French President Jacques Chirac greets South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Ho-young (R) upon his arrival at the International Conference for Support to Lebanon in Paris January 25, 2007. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE) 
KOREA/
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January 11, 2007 
South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Ho-young gives a briefing to the media about South Koreans kidnapped... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Ho-young gives a briefing in Seoul 
South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Ho-young gives a briefing to the media about South Koreans kidnapped by militants in Bayelsa state in Nigeria, at the main office of South Korea's Foreign Ministry in Seoul January 11, 2007. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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January 11, 2007 
South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Ho-young gives a briefing to the media about South Koreans kidnapped... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Ho-young gives a briefing in Seoul 
South Korean Vice Foreign Minister Kim Ho-young gives a briefing to the media about South Koreans kidnapped by militants in Bayelsa state in Nigeria, at the main office of South Korea's Foreign Ministry in Seoul January 11, 2007. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
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January 08, 2007 
South Korean pop singer Rain (L) and Korean Air's president of Passenger Business Kim Young-ho look at... 
Inchon, South Korea 
South Korean pop singer Rain and Korean Air's president of Passenger Business Kim Young-ho look at a... 
South Korean pop singer Rain (L) and Korean Air's president of Passenger Business Kim Young-ho look at a model aircraft with Rain's image imprinted on the exterior at a sponsorship signing ceremony in Inchon, west of Seoul January 8, 2007. Rain will perform 35 concerts in 17 cities in 12 different countries, including Hong Kong, China, Thailand, Singapore, Japan and the United States during the World Tour Concert to promote his fourth album. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA) 
BUSH VIETNAM
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November 20, 2006 
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) and Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People Committee Le Hoang Quang... 
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 
U.S. President George W. Bush and Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People Committee Le Hoang Quang watch... 
U.S. President George W. Bush (L) and Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People Committee Le Hoang Quang watch dancers from the Kim Quy Dance School perform during a visit to the Ho Chi Minh City History Museum November 20, 2006. REUTERS/Jim Young (VIETNAM) 
BUSH VIETNAM
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November 20, 2006 
U.S. President George W. Bush meets children from the Kim Quy Dance School during a visit to the Ho Chi... 
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 
U.S. President George W. Bush meets children from the Kim Quy Dance School during a visit to the Ho Chi... 
U.S. President George W. Bush meets children from the Kim Quy Dance School during a visit to the Ho Chi Minh City History Museum November 20, 2006. REUTERS/Jim Young (VIETNAM) 
SPORT SOCCER
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November 15, 2006 
The South Korea soccer team poses for a group photo before their Asian Cup 2007 qualification soccer... 
Tehran, Iran 
The South Korea soccer team poses for a group photo before their Asian Cup 2007 qualification soccer... 
The South Korea soccer team poses for a group photo before their Asian Cup 2007 qualification soccer match against Iran in Tehran November 15, 2006. (Bottom L - R) Lee Chun Soo, Choi Sung Kuk, Cho Won Hee, Kim Chi Woo, Kim Jin Kyu. (Top L - R) Kim Young Kwang, Jung Jo Gook, Lee Ho, Kim Dong Jin, Kim Jung Woo, Kim Dong Hun. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN) 
KOREA
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November 09, 2006 
South Korean Kim Young-sik (L), a lookalike of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, poses with Jeong Il-sung,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean lookalikes of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il and the North's late leader Kim Il-sung pose... 
South Korean Kim Young-sik (L), a lookalike of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, poses with Jeong Il-sung, a lookalike of the North's late leader Kim Il-sung, during an interview in Seoul November 9, 2006. Lookalikes of North Korean leaders have attracted the media's attention since the historic inter-Korean summit in June 2000. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA
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November 09, 2006 
South Korean Kim Young-sik, a lookalike of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, poses during an interview... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean Kim Young-sik, a lookalike of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, poses during an interview... 
South Korean Kim Young-sik, a lookalike of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, poses during an interview in Seoul November 9, 2006. Lookalikes of North Korean leaders have attracted the media's attention since the historic inter-Korean summit in June 2000. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA
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November 09, 2006 
South Korean Kim Young-sik, a lookalike of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, poses during an interview... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean Kim Young-sik, a lookalike of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, poses during an interview... 
South Korean Kim Young-sik, a lookalike of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, poses during an interview in Seoul November 9, 2006. Lookalikes of North Korean leaders have attracted the media's attention since the historic inter-Korean summit in June 2000. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
SPORT SOCCER
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November 01, 2006 
Syrian Al-Karama's Mohanad Ibrahim (C) challenges South Korean Jeonbuk Motors' Kim Young-sun (L) during... 
Chonju, South Korea 
Syrian Al-Karama's Ibrahim challenges South Korean Jeonbuk Motors' Kim during first half of their first... 
Syrian Al-Karama's Mohanad Ibrahim (C) challenges South Korean Jeonbuk Motors' Kim Young-sun (L) during the first half of their first leg of the AFC Champions League final at the World Cup stadium in Chonju November 1, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA
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September 09, 2006 
Kim Bong-soon (L), wife of Choi Young-hoon who has been prisoned in China, chants slogans at a protest... 
Seoul, Korea 
Wife of Choi who has been prisoned in China, chants slogans at a protest demanding the release of Choi,... 
Kim Bong-soon (L), wife of Choi Young-hoon who has been prisoned in China, chants slogans at a protest demanding the release of Choi, in front of the Chinese embassy in Seoul, September 9, 2006. Choi was arrested by Chinese authorities in January 2003 on the suspicion of backing North Korean defectors. The sign reads "Government investigate into violation of human rights of Choi Young-hoon". REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA
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July 02, 2006 
Kim Young-ja, elder sister of Kim Young-nam (not in photo), a South Korean abducted by North Korean agents... 
Chonju, South Korea 
Kim, elder sister of Kim Young-nam, a South Korean abducted by North Korean agents, speaks to reporters... 
Kim Young-ja, elder sister of Kim Young-nam (not in photo), a South Korean abducted by North Korean agents in 1978 and who has been living in the North since, speaks to reporters at a news conference in Chonju, about 240 km (149 miles) south of Seoul, July 2, 2006. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
KOREA
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July 02, 2006 
Kim Young-ja (R), elder sister of Kim Young-nam, a South Korean abducted by North Korean agents in 1978... 
Chonju, South Korea 
Kim, elder sister of Kim Young-nam, South Korean abducted by North Korean agents, and Choi, president... 
Kim Young-ja (R), elder sister of Kim Young-nam, a South Korean abducted by North Korean agents in 1978 and who has been living in the North since, speaks to reporters as Choi Sung-yong, president of people representing families abducted by the North, participates in a news conference in Chonju, about 240 km (149 miles) south of Seoul, July 2, 2006. The group of people representing families abducted by the North, urged on Sunday that North Korea repatriate Kim Young-nam to the South without delay. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
SOCCER WORLD CUP
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June 23, 2006 
The South Korea team pose before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against [Switzerland] in Hanover... 
Hanover, Germany 
The South Korea team pose before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against [Switzerland] in ..... 
The South Korea team pose before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against [Switzerland] in Hanover June 23, 2006. Top row (L-R): Lee Woon-jae, Choi Jin-cheul, Kim Dong-jin, Lee Ho, Kim Nam-il, Cho Jae-jin. Bottom row (L-R): Lee Chun-soo, Park Ji-sung, Kim Jin-kyu, Lee Young-pyo, Park Chu-young.
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SPORT SOCCER WORLD
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June 23, 2006 
The South Korea team pose before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against Switzerland in Hanover... 
Hanover, Germany 
South Korea team pose before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against Switzerland in Hanover... 
The South Korea team pose before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against Switzerland in Hanover June 23, 2006. Top row (L-R): Lee Woon-jae, Choi Jin-cheul, Kim Dong-jin, Lee Ho, Kim Nam-il, Cho Jae-jin. Bottom row (L-R): Lee Chun-soo, Park Ji-sung, Kim Jin-kyu, Lee Young-pyo, Park Chu-young. FIFA RESTRICTION - NO MOBILE USE REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (GERMANY) 
SOCCER WORLD CUP
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June 18, 2006 
South Korea's players pose for a team photo before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against... 
Leipzig, Germany 
South Korea's players pose for a team photo before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against..... 
South Korea's players pose for a team photo before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against [France] in Leipzig June 18, 2006. Front row from left: Lee Chun-soo, Park Ji-sung, Lee Eul-yong, Lee Young-pyo, and Kim Nam-il. Back row from left: Lee Woon-jae, Choi Jin-cheul, Kim Young-chul, Kim Dong-jin, Lee Ho, and Cho Jae-jin.
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SPORT SOCCER WORLD
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June 18, 2006 
South Korea's players pose for a team photo before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against... 
Leipzig, Germany 
South Korea's players pose for a team photo before their match against France in Leipzig 
South Korea's players pose for a team photo before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against France in Leipzig June 18, 2006. Front row from left: Lee Chun-soo, Park Ji-sung, Lee Eul-yong, Lee Young-pyo, and Kim Nam-il. Back row from left: Lee Woon-jae, Choi Jin-cheul, Kim Young-chul, Kim Dong-jin, Lee Ho, and Cho Jae-jin. FIFA RESTRICTION - NO MOBILE USE REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (GERMANY) 
KOREA
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June 16, 2006 
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (2nd L), chief of the North Korean government delegation... 
Gwangju, South Korea 
Officials arrive for the the closing ceremony of the sixth anniversary of a historic inter-Korean summit... 
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (2nd L), chief of the North Korean government delegation Kim Young-dae (2nd R partially obscured), South Korea's head of the South's civilian delegation Paik Nak-chung (C) and Paik's North Korean counterpart An Kyong-ho (R) arrive for the the closing ceremony of the sixth anniversary of a historic inter-Korean summit in Kwangju, south of Seoul, June 16, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool 
KOREA
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June 16, 2006 
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R), chief of the North Korean government delegation... 
Gwangju, South Korea 
Officials attend the closing ceremony of the sixth anniversary of a historic inter-Korean summit in Kwangju... 
South Korea's Unification Minister Lee Jong-seok (R), chief of the North Korean government delegation Kim Young-dae (2nd R), South Korea's head of the South's civilian delegation Paik Nak-chung (2nd L) and Paik's North Korean counterpart An Kyong-ho attend the closing ceremony of the sixth anniversary of a historic inter-Korean summit in Kwangju, south of Seoul, June 16, 2006. REUTERS/Lee Jin-man/Pool 
SOCCER WORLD CUP
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June 13, 2006 
The South Korea team poses for a photo before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against [Togo]... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
The South Korea team poses for a photo before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against [Tog..... 
The South Korea team poses for a photo before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against [Togo] in Frankfurt June 13, 2006. Team members are (Front row L-R) Park Ji-sung, Lee Eul-yong, Song Chong-gug, Lee Young-pyo and Lee Chun-soo. In the back row are (L-R) Cho Jae-jin, Kim Young-chul, Lee Ho, Choi Jin-cheul, Kim Jin-kyu and goalkeeper Lee Woon-jae.
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SPORT SOCCER WORLD
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June 13, 2006 
The South Korea team poses for a photo before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against Togo... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
The South Korea team poses for a photo before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against Togo... 
The South Korea team poses for a photo before their Group G World Cup 2006 soccer match against Togo in Frankfurt June 13, 2006. Team members are (Front row L-R) Park Ji-sung, Lee Eul-yong, Song Chong-gug, Lee Young-pyo and Lee Chun-soo. In the back row are (L-R) Cho Jae-jin, Kim Young-chul, Lee Ho, Choi Jin-cheul, Kim Jin-kyu and goalkeeper Lee Woon-jae. FIFA RESTRICTION - NO MOBILE USE REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (GERMANY) 
KIM
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June 11, 2006 
Kim Hee-dong (C), an employee at Daewoo Construction and one of the five South Koreans taken hostage... 
Inchon, South Korea 
Kim Hee-dong (C), an employee at Daewoo Construction and one of the five South Koreans taken hostage..... 
Kim Hee-dong (C), an employee at Daewoo Construction and one of the five South Koreans taken hostage in Nigeria, is greeted by his father Kim Kwang-hwan (L) and mother Kang Young-ja upon his arrival at an airport in Inchon, west of Seoul June 11, 2006. Five South Korean gas workers taken hostage in Nigeria were freed in good [health] on Thursday after a plea by the jailed militant leader in whose name they were abducted 40 hours earlier. 
NIGERIA KIDNAP
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June 11, 2006 
Kim Hee-dong (C), an employee at Daewoo Construction and one of the five South Koreans taken hostage... 
Inchon, South Korea 
Kim Hee-dong, one of five South Koreans taken hostage in Nigeria, is greeted by his father and mother... 
Kim Hee-dong (C), an employee at Daewoo Construction and one of the five South Koreans taken hostage in Nigeria, is greeted by his father Kim Kwang-hwan (L) and mother Kang Young-ja upon his arrival at an airport in Inchon, west of Seoul June 11, 2006. Five South Korean gas workers taken hostage in Nigeria were freed in good health on Thursday after a plea by the jailed militant leader in whose name they were abducted 40 hours earlier. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA) 
SOCCER
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June 04, 2006 
The South Korean team pose for photographers before their international friendly soccer match against... 
Edinburgh, UK 
The South Korean team pose for photographers before their international friendly soccer match agains..... 
The South Korean team pose for photographers before their international friendly soccer match against [Ghana] at Easter Road stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland June 4, 2006. Pictured are: (Back Row L-R) Lee Eul-yong, Ahn Jung-hwan, Kim Jin-kyu, Kim Young-chul, Lee Ho and Lee Woon-jae. (Front Row L-R) Park Ji-sung, Lee Chun-soo, Park Chu-young, Song Chong-gug and Lee Young-pyo. 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
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June 04, 2006 
The South Korean team pose for photographers before their international friendly soccer match against... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
South Korean team pose for photographers before international friendly match against Ghana in Edinburgh... 
The South Korean team pose for photographers before their international friendly soccer match against Ghana at Easter Road stadium in Edinburgh, Scotland June 4, 2006. Pictured are: (Back Row L-R) Lee Eul-yong, Ahn Jung-hwan, Kim Jin-kyu, Kim Young-chul, Lee Ho and Lee Woon-jae. (Front Row L-R) Park Ji-sung, Lee Chun-soo, Park Chu-young, Song Chong-gug and Lee Young-pyo. WORLD CUP 2006 PREVIEW REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN) 
KOREA CRASH
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May 31, 2006 
Kim Min-sok, a badly burned victim of the Korean Air Lines Flight 801 crash, is wheeled to his room... 
Seoul, South Korea 
A badly burned victim of the Korean Air Lines Flight 801 crash, is wheeled to his room in a Seoul hospital... 
Kim Min-sok, a badly burned victim of the Korean Air Lines Flight 801 crash, is wheeled to his room by a hospital attendant while his brother and mother accompany him in a Seoul hospital August 9, 1997. Korean Air Lines is defending itself against a U.S. news report blaming the deadly crash on pilot error, saying such conclusions were too hasty. pb/Photo by Lee Young-ho REUTERS 
KOREA CRASH
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May 31, 2006 
South Korean President Kim Young-sam walks past memorial altars erected for the victims of the fatal... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean President Kim walks past memorial altars for the victims of the fatal Flight 801 crash in... 
South Korean President Kim Young-sam walks past memorial altars erected for the victims of the fatal Korean Air Lines Flight 801 crash in Seoul August 13, 1997. A total of ten sets of remains were returned on Wednesday morning, the first to be flown back to Korea. Of the 254 people on board the ill-fated Flight 801, only 28 survived the crash. Photo by Lee Young-ho REUTERS 
KOREA
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May 17, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (R), the father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, shakes hands with Choi Gye-wol, the... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Yokota father of Japanese abductee Megumi shakes hand with Choi mother of South Korean abductee Kim in... 
Shigeru Yokota (R), the father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, shakes hands with Choi Gye-wol, the mother of South Korean Kim Young-nam who was abducted to North Korea, as they leave Seoul May 17, 2006. South Korean abductee Kim is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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May 17, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (L), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, poses with Park Geun-hye, the main opposition... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Shigeru Yokota, father of Japanese abductee Megumi, poses with the main opposition Grand National Party... 
Shigeru Yokota (L), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, poses with Park Geun-hye, the main opposition Grand National Party leader and daughter of assassinated former president Park Chung-hee, and Choi Gye-wol, mother of South Korean abductee Kim Young-nam in North Korea, in Seoul May 17, 2006. South Korean abductee Kim is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SOUTH KOREA
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May 16, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, meets Choi Gye-wol, mother of South Korean... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, meets Choi Gye-wol, mother of South K..... 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, meets Choi Gye-wol, mother of South Korean Kim Young-nam in North Korea, in Seoul May 16, 2006. [South Korean abductee Kim is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea.] 
SOUTH KOREA
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May 16, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (L), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, walks with Choi Gye-wol, mother of South... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Shigeru Yokota (L), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, walks with Choi Gye-wol, mother of So..... 
Shigeru Yokota (L), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, walks with Choi Gye-wol, mother of South Korean Kim Young-nam in North Korea, after their first meeting in Seoul May 16, 2006. [South Korean abductee Kim is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea.] 
KOREA
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May 16, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (L), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, holds the hand of Choi Gye-wol, mother... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Father of Japanese abductee Megumi meets mother of Kim, who is believed to be Megumi's husband in North... 
Shigeru Yokota (L), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, holds the hand of Choi Gye-wol, mother of South Korean abductee Kim Young-nam, after their first meeting in Seoul May 16, 2006. South Korean abductee Kim is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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May 16, 2006 
Choi Gye-wol (R), mother of South Korean abductee Kim Young-nam, cries as she meets Shigeru Yokota, father... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Father of Japanese abductee Megumi meets mother of Kim, who is believed to be Megumi's husband in North... 
Choi Gye-wol (R), mother of South Korean abductee Kim Young-nam, cries as she meets Shigeru Yokota, father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, at a news conference in Seoul May 16, 2006. South Korean abductee Kim is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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May 16, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (C), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, and Choi Gye-wol (R) , mother of South... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Father of Japanese abductee Megumi meets mother of Kim, who is believed to be Megumi's husband in North... 
Shigeru Yokota (C), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, and Choi Gye-wol (R) , mother of South Korean Kim Young-nam in North Korea, offers a silent prayer for their abducted family in Seoul May 16, 2006. South Korean abductee Kim is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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May 16, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, meets Choi Gye-wol, mother of South Korean... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Father of Japanese abductee Megumi meets mother of Kim, who is believed to be Megumi's husband in North... 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, meets Choi Gye-wol, mother of South Korean Kim Young-nam in North Korea, in Seoul May 16, 2006. South Korean abductee Kim is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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May 16, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, meets Choi Gye-wol, mother of South Korean... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Father of Japanese abductee Megumi meets mother of Kim, who is believed to be Megumi's husband in North... 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, meets Choi Gye-wol, mother of South Korean Kim Young-nam in North Korea, in Seoul May 16, 2006. South Korean abductee Kim is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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May 16, 2006 
Choi Gye-wol (L), mother of South Korean abductee Kim Young-nam, cries as she meets Shigeru Yokota (R),... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Father of Japanese abductee Megumi meets mother of Kim, who is believed to be Megumi's husband in North... 
Choi Gye-wol (L), mother of South Korean abductee Kim Young-nam, cries as she meets Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, in Seoul May 16, 2006. South Korean abductee Kim is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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May 16, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, meets Choi Gye-wol, mother of South Korean... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Shigeru Yokota meets Choi Gye-wol in Seoul 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, meets Choi Gye-wol, mother of South Korean Kim Young-nam, in Seoul May 16, 2006. South Korean abductee Kim is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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May 16, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (L), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, and South Korean relatives of the abducted... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Shigeru Yokota and South Korean relatives of the abducted in North Korea release balloons in Seoul 
Shigeru Yokota (L), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, and South Korean relatives of the abducted in North Korea, release balloons bearing messages wishing for their safe return in Seoul, May 16, 2006. The father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota arrived in Seoul on Monday to meet with the family members of South Korean abductee Kim Young-nam, who is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea, local media reported. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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May 16, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, and his son Tetsuya, release balloons... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Shigeru Yokota, father of Japanese abductee Megumi, release balloons in Seoul 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, and his son Tetsuya, release balloons bearing messages wishing for the safe return of Megumi, in Seoul, May 16, 2006. The father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota arrived in Seoul on Monday to meet with the family members of South Korean abductee Kim Young-nam, who is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea, local media reported. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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May 16, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, and South Korean Choi Woo-young (L), president... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Shigeru Yokota ties yellow ribbons in Seoul 
Shigeru Yokota (R), father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, and South Korean Choi Woo-young (L), president of the families of the abducted and detained in North Korea , tie yellow ribbons to wish for the families' safe return in Seoul May 16, 2006. The father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota arrived in Seoul on Monday to meet with the family members of South Korean abductee Kim Young-nam, who is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea, local media reported. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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May 15, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (2nd L), the father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, and Yokota's son Tetsuya (L) adjust... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Shigeru Yokota adjust a microphone before the broadcast at the freedom North Korea broadcast in Seoul... 
Shigeru Yokota (2nd L), the father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, and Yokota's son Tetsuya (L) adjust a microphone, before recording a broadcast to be aired to North Korea on Thursday through shortwave radio, at the freedom North Korea broadcast in Seoul May 15, 2006. The father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota arrived in Seoul on Monday to meet with the family members of South Korean abductee Kim Young-nam, who is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea, local media reported. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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May 15, 2006 
Shigeru Yokota (R), the father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, meets with Kim Sung-min, a director... 
Seoul, South Korea 
Shigeru Yokota, father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, meets with Kim, director of freedom North... 
Shigeru Yokota (R), the father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota, meets with Kim Sung-min, a director of freedom North Korea broadcast, in Seoul May 15, 2006. The father of Japanese abductee Megumi Yokota arrived in Seoul on Monday to meet with the family members of South Korean abductee Kim Young-nam, who is believed to be Megumi's husband in North Korea, local media reported. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SOCCER SOUTH KOREA
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April 30, 2006 
South Korean soccer team players (L-R) front: Park Ji-sung, Park Chu-young, Cho Won-hee, Lee Ho, Lee... 
Seoul, South Korea 
World Cup 2006 Preview - South Korea national soccer team 
South Korean soccer team players (L-R) front: Park Ji-sung, Park Chu-young, Cho Won-hee, Lee Ho, Lee Young-Pyo, (L-R) back: Ahn Jung-hwan, Kim Young-chul, Kim Dong-jin, Choi Jin-cheul, Seol Ki-hyeon, Lee Woon-jae November 12, 2005. WORLD CUP 2006 PREVIEW TEAM GROUPS REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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April 06, 2006 
Hines Ward (2nd R) of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ward's mother Kim Young-hee (R), the director of Ewha... 
Seoul, Korea 
Ward of Pittsburgh Steelers visits Ewha Womans University Dongdaemun Hospital in Seoul 
Hines Ward (2nd R) of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ward's mother Kim Young-hee (R), the director of Ewha Woman's University Medical Center Yun Kyon-il (2nd L), and doctor Yoo Han-ki, pose together after Ward receives a memorial tablet at the Ewha Woman's University Dongdaemun Hospital in Seoul April 6, 2006. Yoo Han-ki was Ward's regular doctor when he was born at the hospital. The Korean-American football star who left South Korea as a toddler is in Seoul for a 10-day tour with his mother from April 3. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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April 06, 2006 
Hines Ward (C) of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ward's mother Kim Young-hee (R), and South Korean doctor Yoo... 
Seoul, Korea 
Ward of Pittsburgh Steelers visits Ewha Womans University Dongdaemun Hospital in Seoul 
Hines Ward (C) of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Ward's mother Kim Young-hee (R), and South Korean doctor Yoo Han-ki, pose for photographers at the Ewha Woman's University Dongdaemun Hospital in Seoul April 6, 2006. Yoo was Ward's regular doctor when he was born at the hospital. The Korean-American football star who left South Korea as a toddler is in Seoul for a 10-day tour with his mother from April 3. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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April 06, 2006 
Hines Ward (2nd R) of the Pittsburgh Steelers presents South Korean doctor Yoo Han-ki (2nd L) with a... 
Seoul, Korea 
Ward of Pittsburgh Steelers visits Ewha Womans University Dongdaemun Hospital in Seoul 
Hines Ward (2nd R) of the Pittsburgh Steelers presents South Korean doctor Yoo Han-ki (2nd L) with a Steelers jersey as director of the Ewha Woman's University Medical Center Yun Kyon-il (L) and Ward's mother Kim Young-hee watch, at the Ewha Woman's University Dongdaemun Hospital in Seoul April 6, 2006. Yoo Han-ki was Ward's regular doctor when he was born at the hospital. The Korean-American football star, who left South Korea as a toddler, is in Seoul for a 10-day tour with his mother from April 3. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA
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March 15, 2006 
Choo Gyu-ho, spokesman of South Korean Foreign Ministry, reacts a news conference about the kidnapped... 
Seoul, Korea 
Choo spokesman of South Korean Foreign Ministry reacts during a news conference in Seoul 
Choo Gyu-ho, spokesman of South Korean Foreign Ministry, reacts a news conference about the kidnapped television correspondent Yong Tae-young in Gaza, in Seoul March 15, 2006. Foreign Ministry's statement said South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon received an urgent call from Al-kiwa Palestine Foreign Minister. Ban expressed deep regret over the kidnapping and asked for the Palestine government's support, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
KOREA
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March 15, 2006 
Choo Gyu-ho, spokesman of the South Korean Foreign Ministry, reacts during a news conference about the... 
Seoul, Korea 
Choo spokesman of the South Korean Foreign Ministry reacts during a news conference in Seoul 
Choo Gyu-ho, spokesman of the South Korean Foreign Ministry, reacts during a news conference about the kidnapped television correspondent Yong Tae-young in Gaza, in Seoul March 15, 2006. The Foreign Ministry's statement said South Korean Foreign Minister Ban Ki-moon received an urgent call from Al-kiwa Palestine Foreign Minister and Ban expressed deep regret over the kidnapping and asked for the Palestine government's support, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
SPORT SOCCER KOREA
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March 01, 2006 
Angola's Edson (L), South Korea's Lee Eul-yong (C) and Kim Young-chul battle for the ball during their... 
Seoul, Korea 
Angola's Edson, South Korea's Lee and Kim battle for ball during international friendly match in Seoul... 
Angola's Edson (L), South Korea's Lee Eul-yong (C) and Kim Young-chul battle for the ball during their international friendly soccer match in Seoul March 1, 2006. South Korea defeated Angola 1-0. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
KOREA NORTH MINISTERS
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December 16, 2005 
South Korea's Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (R) reads the final joint statement with North Korea's... 
Cheju, Korea 
South Korea's Unification Minister Chung reads final joint statement with North Korean delegation head... 
South Korea's Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (R) reads the final joint statement with North Korea's chief delegate Kwon Ho-ung during the end of a high-level meeting in the South Korean resort island of Cheju December 16, 2005. North and South Korea hold ministerial talks this week on improving cooperation, but a row in separate multinational discussions on ending Pyongyang's nuclear weapons programmes could overshadow the meeting. REUTERS/Kim Jae-hwan/Pool 
KOREA
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December 16, 2005 
South Korean Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (R) reads the final joint statement with Kwon Ho-ung,... 
Cheju, Korea 
South Korean Minister Chung and North Korean delegation head read the final joint statement in Cheju 
South Korean Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (R) reads the final joint statement with Kwon Ho-ung, the head of North Korean delegation, at the end of their meeting in Cheju Island December 16, 2005. North and South Korea found common ground on preserving Korean culture but could not reach an agreement on Thursday to hasten Pyongyang's return to multilateral negotiations on ending its nuclear programmes. REUTERS/Kim Jae-hwan/Pool 
KOREA NORTH
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December 16, 2005 
South Korean Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (R) shakes hand with Kwon Ho-ung, the head of the... 
Cheju, Korea 
South Korean Unification Minister Chung shakes hand with Kwon, head of North Korean delegation, before... 
South Korean Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (R) shakes hand with Kwon Ho-ung, the head of the North Korean delegation, before a meeting on Cheju Island December 16, 2005. North Korea pledged on Friday to implement an agreement reached in September on ending its nuclear weapons drive but made no promise to return to six-nation talks. The Stalinist country said it would cooperate actively for the peaceful resolution of the nuclear standoff, according to a joint statement issued at the end of three days of high-level talks between the two Koreas. REUTERS/Kim Jae-hwan/Pool 
KOREA
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December 14, 2005 
South Korea's Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (R) and Kwon Ho-ung, a chief cabinet councillor of... 
Cheju, Korea 
South Korea's Unification Minister Chung and chief cabinet councillor of North Korea Kwon walk during... 
South Korea's Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (R) and Kwon Ho-ung, a chief cabinet councillor of North Korea and the head of the North Korean delegation for the inter-Korean ministerial talks walk during a tour after their meeting in Cheju Island, South Korea December 14, 2005. Ministers from the two Koreas started their meeting on the South Korean resort island of Cheju with an exchange of emotional comments about the pain of separation and dreams of unification. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool 
KOREA
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December 14, 2005 
South Korea's Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (R) and Kwon Ho-ung, a chief cabinet councillor of... 
Cheju, Korea 
South Korea's Unification Minister Chung and chief cabinet councillor of North Korea Kwon rest during... 
South Korea's Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (R) and Kwon Ho-ung, a chief cabinet councillor of North Korea and the head of the North Korean delegation for the inter-Korean ministerial talks rest during a tour as part of their meeting in Cheju Island, South Korea December 14, 2005. Ministers from the two Koreas started their meeting on the South Korean resort island of Cheju with an exchange of emotional comments about the pain of separation and dreams of unification. REUTERS/Kim Jae-hwan/Pool 
KOREA
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December 13, 2005 
South Korean Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (R) toasts North Korean chief cabinet councillor and... 
Cheju, Korea 
South Korean Unification Minister Chung toasts North Korean Chief Cabinet Councillor Kwon in Cheju 
South Korean Unification Minister Chung Dong-young (R) toasts North Korean chief cabinet councillor and head of the delegation Kwon Ho-Ung (L) during the dinner hosted by South Korean Prime minister Lee Ha-Chan (C) in Cheju December 13, 2005. North Korea directed a barrage of verbal attacks at the United States as its delegation arrived here for high-level rapprochement talks with South Korea. REUTERS/Kim Jae-Hwan/Pool 
SPORT SOCCER KOREA
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November 16, 2005 
Serbia and Montenegro's Danijel Ljuboja (R) and South Korea's Kim Young-chul chase the ball at the friendly... 
Seoul, Korea 
Serbia and Montenegro's Ljuboja and South Korea's Kim chase ball at friendly soccer match in Seoul 
Serbia and Montenegro's Danijel Ljuboja (R) and South Korea's Kim Young-chul chase the ball at the friendly soccer match in Seoul November 16, 2005. South Korea beat Serbia and Montenegro 2-0 in a friendly on Wednesday to remain unbeaten under new coach Dick Advocaat. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho 
SOCCER
RTXNV6I 
October 12, 2005 
South Korean soccer team: ( front row L-R) Park Ji-sung, Lee-ho, Kim Jin-kyu, Kim Do-heon, Cho Won-hee,... 
Seoul, South Korea 
South Korean soccer team: ( front row L-R) Park Ji-sung, Lee-ho, Kim Jin-kyu, Kim Do-heon, Cho Won-h..... 
South Korean soccer team: ( front row L-R) Park Ji-sung, Lee-ho, Kim Jin-kyu, Kim Do-heon, Cho Won-hee, (back row L-R) Park Chu-young, Lee Dong-gook, Kim Young-chul, Kim Dong-jin, Choi Jin-cheul, Lee Woon-jae pose in Seoul October 12, 2005. 
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
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October 12, 2005 
South Korean soccer team: ( front row L-R) Park Ji-sung, Lee-ho, Kim Jin-kyu, Kim Do-heon, Cho Won-hee,... 
Seoul, Korea 
World Cup 2006 Preview - South Korea team 
South Korean soccer team: ( front row L-R) Park Ji-sung, Lee-ho, Kim Jin-kyu, Kim Do-heon, Cho Won-hee, (back row L-R) Park Chu-young, Lee Dong-gook, Kim Young-chul, Kim Dong-jin, Choi Jin-cheul, Lee Woon-jae pose in Seoul October 12, 2005. WORLD CUP 2006 PREVIEW TEAM GROUPS REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
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