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Asian Games 2002 - game between North and South Korea - Jun 10, 2002


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The basketball action was great - a 230cm (7'5") center for NK and a lot of powerful finesse on both sides, but the real story at this event and at The Asian Games in general, is 'Ooreeneun Hana' (We are One). The presence of North Korean athletes and supporters has led to an outpouring of Korean unity after more than 50 years of exchanging angry rhetoric and bullets. Throughout the game, fans from North and South Korea sang and chanted together - Tongil (reunification) - Choguk (our country). South Korea won the game(101-85), but the real winner was peace on the peninsula.
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