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DPRK, S.Korea athletes share podium

11-24-2010 14:35 BJT Special Report:Guangzhou Asian Games |

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South Korea's Yun Oh-kee did what athletes are expected to do at the Guangzhou Asian Games. Even as her country and the DPRK were involved in a deadly military skirmish earlier.

Yun walked up to her rival and bronze medal winner Kwon Un Sil from the DPRK in women's individual archery event, shook her hands before taking her own spot on the podium. China's Cheng Ming settled for silver. While the athletes got together for the victory ceremony, a few hours earlier their respective nations were involved in a deadly military skirmish. Later, at at press conference, both athletes refused to comment on the political tension on their divided peninsula. Kwon says she was disappointed she could not win the gold for her country's Great Leader Kim Jong Il.

South Korea's Yun Oh-kee did what athletes are expected to do at the Guangzhou
Asian Games.

Editor:Jin Lin |Source: CNTV.CN

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