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OLYMPICS-SOCCER/
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August 12, 2008
Kong Hye Ok of North Korea (L) heads the ball towards Germany's Kerstin Garefrekes during their women's...
Tianjin, China
Kong Hye Ok of North Korea heads the ball towards Germany's Kerstin Garefrekes during their women's first...
Kong Hye Ok of North Korea (L) heads the ball towards Germany's Kerstin Garefrekes 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/
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August 09, 2008
Brazil's Marta (C) runs between North Korea's Om Jong Ran (L) and Kong Hye Ok during their women's Group...
Shenyang, China
Brazil's Marta runs between North Korea's Om Jong Ran and Kong Hye Ok during their women's Group F football...
Brazil's Marta (C) runs between North Korea's Om Jong Ran (L) and Kong Hye Ok during their women's Group F football match at the 2008 Olympic Games in Shenyang, August 9, 2008. REUTERS/Alvin Chan (CHINA)
OLYMPICS-SOCCER/
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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)
SOCCER-WOMEN/AFC
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June 05, 2008
North Korea's Kong Hye-Ok (L) and Australia's Lisa De Vanna fight for the ball during their AFC Women's...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
North Korea's Kong and Australia's De Vanna fight for the ball during their AFC Women's Asian Cup 2008...
North Korea's Kong Hye-Ok (L) and Australia's Lisa De Vanna fight for the ball during their AFC Women's Asian Cup 2008 semi-final soccer match in Ho Chi Minh City June 5, 2008. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
SOCCER-WOMEN/AFC
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June 05, 2008
North Korea's Kong Hye-Ok (L) and Australia's Lisa De Vanna fight for the ball during their AFC Women's...
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
North Korea's Kong and Australia's De Vanna fight for the ball during their AFC Women's Asian Cup 2008...
North Korea's Kong Hye-Ok (L) and Australia's Lisa De Vanna fight for the ball during their AFC Women's Asian Cup 2008 semi-final soccer match in Ho Chi Minh City June 5, 2008. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
SOCCER/WORLD-WOMEN
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September 18, 2007
Sweden's Victoria Svensson (R) and North Korea's Kong Hye Ok (16) fight for the ball during their Group...
Tianjin, China
Sweden's Victoria Svensson and North Korea's Kong Hye Ok fight for the ball during their Group B soccer...
Sweden's Victoria Svensson (R) and North Korea's Kong Hye Ok (16) 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
RTR1TPNG
September 11, 2007
North Korea's Kong Hye-Ok watches as Abby Wambach (R) of the U.S. react after missing a goal during their...
Chengdu, China
North Korea's Kong watches as Wambach of the US react after missing a goal during their group match...
North Korea's Kong Hye-Ok watches as Abby Wambach (R) of the U.S. react after missing a goal during their group match in the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup at the Chengdu Sports Centre Stadium September 11, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
SOCCER/WORLD-WOMEN
RTR1TPNF
September 11, 2007
North Korea's Kong Hye-Ok (L) watches as Abby Wambach (R) of the U.S. react after missing a goal during...
Chengdu, China
North Korea's Kong watches as Wambach of the US react after missing a goal during their group match...
North Korea's Kong Hye-Ok (L) watches as Abby Wambach (R) of the U.S. react after missing a goal during their group match in the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup at the Chengdu Sports Centre Stadium September 11, 2007. REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA)
SPORT SOCCER EAST
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August 06, 2005
China's Bi reacts after missing scoring opportunity against North Korea during East Asian Football Federation...
Taegu, Korea
China's Bi reacts after missing scoring opportunity against North Korea during East Asian ...
China's Bi reacts after missing scoring opportunity against North Korea during East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match in Taegu, South Korea. China's Bi Yan (R) reacts after missing a scoring opportunity as North Korea's Kong Hye-ok (L) watches during their East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup soccer match in Taegu, South Korea, August 6, 2005. North Korea defeated China 1-0. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
SPORT SOCCER EAST
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August 04, 2005
South Korea's Cha Yun-hee jumps into arms of Park Eun-jung after victory against North Korea in Chonju....
Chonju, Korea
South Korea's Cha Yun-hee jumps into arms of Park Eun-jung after victory against North Korea in ...
South Korea's Cha Yun-hee jumps into arms of Park Eun-jung after victory against North Korea in Chonju. South Korea's Cha Yun-hee (L) jumps into the arms of Park Eun-jung after their victory against North Korea as Kong Hye-ok (19) looks on at the East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup in Chonju, South Korea August 4, 2005. South Korea defeated North Korea 1-0. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
SPORT SOCCER EAST
RTRYH2G
August 04, 2005
North Korea's Kong Hye-ok kicks ball past South Korea's Park Eun-sun in East Asian Football Federation...
Chonju, Korea
North Korea's Kong Hye-ok kicks ball past South Korea's Park Eun-sun in East Asian Football ...
North Korea's Kong Hye-ok kicks ball past South Korea's Park Eun-sun in East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match in Chonju. North Korea's Kong Hye-ok (R) kicks the ball past South Korea's Park Eun-sun in the second half of their East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match in Chonju, South Korea August 4, 2005. South Korea defeated North Korea 1-0. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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
SPORT SOCCER EAST
RTRYEWN
August 01, 2005
Japan's Nagasato and North Korea's Kong battle for the ball at East Asian Football Federation Women's...
Chonju, Korea
Japan's Nagasato and North Korea's Kong battle for the ball at East Asian Football Federation ...
Japan's Nagasato and North Korea's Kong battle for the ball at East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match in Chonju. Japan's Yuki Nagasato (L) and North Korea's Kong Hye-ok battle for the ball during the second half of their East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match in Chonju, about 240 km (149 miles) south of Seoul, August 1, 2005. North Korea beat Japan 1-0. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT SOCCER EAST
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August 01, 2005
North Korea's Ho, Om and Kong celebrate winning their East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match...
Chonju, Korea
North Korea's Ho, Om and Kong celebrate winning their East Asian Football Federation Women's ...
North Korea's Ho, Om and Kong celebrate winning their East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match in Chonju. North Korea's Ho Sun-hui (L), Om Jong-ran (C) and Kong Hye-ok celebrate after winning their East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match against Japan in Chonju, about 240 km (149 miles) south of Seoul, August 1, 2005. North Korea defeated Japan 1-0. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
KOREA
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August 28, 2003
Kong Hye-ok (L) from North Korea and Chen Wei-ling from Taiwan jump for
the ball during the semi-final...
Taegu, Korea - Republic of
KONG FROM NORTH KOREA AND CHEN FROM TAIWAN JUMP FOR THE BALL AT THE
UNIVERSIADE GAMES IN TAEGU.
Kong Hye-ok (L) from North Korea and Chen Wei-ling from Taiwan jump for
the ball during the semi-final of women's soccer at the 22nd Summer
Universiade Games in Taegu August 28, 2003. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon

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