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JAPAN/
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June 03, 2007
South Korea's Kim jin-hee (L) and Song Ju-hee (R) battle for the ball against Japan's Shinobu Ohno during...
Tokyo, Japan
South Korea's Kim and Song battle for the ball against Japan's Ohno during their qualifying soccer match...
South Korea's Kim jin-hee (L) and Song Ju-hee (R) battle for the ball against Japan's Shinobu Ohno during their qualifying soccer match for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games in Tokyo June 3, 2007. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)
KOREA NORTH
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August 16, 2005
North Korea's Jo Yun-mi (L) and South Korea's Song Ju-hee battle for the ball at a women's friendly soccer...
Seoul, Korea
North's Jo and South Korea's Song battle for ball during match Goyang.
North Korea's Jo Yun-mi (L) and South Korea's Song Ju-hee battle for the ball at a women's friendly soccer match during the closing ceremony of the joint celebrations of the 60th anniversary of independence from Japanese colonial rule, in Goyang, about 30 km (18 miles) north of Seoul, August 16, 2005. Senior North Korean communist party officials held an unprecedented meeting with South Korean parliamentarians on Tuesday but skirted talks on Pyongyang's pursuit of nuclear weapons and international efforts to stop it. The two Koreas are technically at war under a truce that
KOREA NORTH
RTRZ0NH
August 16, 2005
South Korea's Song Ju-hee (L) and North Korea's Ho Sun-hui battle for the ball during a friendly soccer...
Seoul, Korea
South Korea's Song and North Korea's Ho battle for ball in Goyang, South Korea.
South Korea's Song Ju-hee (L) and North Korea's Ho Sun-hui battle for the ball during a friendly soccer match during the closing ceremony of the joint celebrations of the 60th anniversary of independence from Japanese colonial rule in Goyang, about 30 km (18 miles) north of Seoul, August 16, 2005. The North Korean delegates who arrived on Sunday for the four-day event continued activities in the South pledging to work together with the South to bring unification of their homeland. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon KKH/TC
SPORT SOCCER EAST
RTRYJWU
August 06, 2005
South Korean players celebrate at award ceremony of the East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match...
Taegu, Korea
South Korean players celebrate at award ceremony of the East Asian Football Federation Women's ...
South Korean players celebrate at award ceremony of the East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match in Taegu. South Korea's Song Ju-hee, Yoo Young-sil and Lee Ji-eun (L-R) celebrate at an award ceremony of the East Asian Football Federation Women's Cup match in Taegu, South Korea August 6, 2005. South Korea placed first among Japan, South Korea, North Korea and China. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
SPORT SOCCER
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September 27, 2003
Solveig Gulbrandsen of Norway (L) kicks Jin Hee Kim of South Korea (C)
in the face as they compete for...
Foxboro, United States of America
GULBRADSEN OF NORWAY KICKS KIM OF SOUTH KOREA AS THEY COMPETE FOR BALL
IN WOMENS WORLD CUP.
Solveig Gulbrandsen of Norway (L) kicks Jin Hee Kim of South Korea (C)
in the face as they compete for the ball while Ju Hee Song (R) of South
Korea looks on in the first half of their first round Womens World Cup
game in Foxboro, Massachusetts September 27, 2003. Kim was shaken up on
the play but continued the game after being examined and treated by
team officials. REUTERS/Jim Bourg REUTERS

JRB/GAC
SPORT-SOCCER
RTRP3KS
September 24, 2003
Marie-Ange Kramo of France (L) battles Ju Hee Song of South Korea in
first half action during the first...
Washington, USA
FRANCE PLAYS SOUTH KOREA IN WOMENS WORLD CUP SOCCER.
Marie-Ange Kramo of France (L) battles Ju Hee Song of South Korea in
first half action during the first round of the Women's World Cup
soccer championships at RFK Stadium in Washington, September 24, 2003.
REUTERS/Blake Sell

BPS/GAC
RTRP0XE
September 21, 2003
South Korean goalkeeper Kim Jung Mi (L) makes a save on Brazil's Maicon
as South Korea's Song Ju Hee...
UNITED STATES
SOUTH KOREAN GOALKEEPER KIM JUNG MI MAKES SAVE ON BRAZILIAN MAICON.
South Korean goalkeeper Kim Jung Mi (L) makes a save on Brazil's Maicon
as South Korea's Song Ju Hee (C) tries to break up the play during
their first round soccer match at the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup in
Washington, September 21, 2003. Brazil defeated South Korea, 3-0.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

PJ/HB
RTRP0UR
September 21, 2003
Brazilian Maicon takes a shot past South Korea's Song Ju Hee during
their first round soccer match at...
UNITED STATES
BRAZILIAN MAICON TAKES SHOT PAST SOUTH KOREAN SONG JU HEE.
Brazilian Maicon takes a shot past South Korea's Song Ju Hee during
their first round soccer match at the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup in
Washington, September 21, 2003. Brazil defeated South Korea 3-0.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

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THAILAND
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June 16, 2003
North Korean Jin Pyol Hui (L) fights for the ball against South Korean Song
Ju Hee (R) during the first...
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of
NORTH KOREN JIN PYOL HUI FIGHTS FOR THE BALL WITH SOUTH KOREAN
SONG JU HEE IN BANGKOK.
North Korean Jin Pyol Hui (L) fights for the ball against South Korean Song
Ju Hee (R) during the first half of their AFC women's championship in
Rajamangala stadium in Bangkok June 16, 2003. Pictures of the month June
2003 REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang

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