CORRECTS SPELLING OF NORTH KOREAN PLAYER'S NAME - In this April 30, 1991 photo, South Korea's Hyun Jung-hwa, left, and North Korea's Li Pun Hui, Koreas' first-ever unified team, wave while holding their winning trophy after they defeated China at a world table tennis championships competition in Chiba, Japan. Grudgingly putting aside politics, the intensely competitive Li paired up with her arch rival, South Korean star Hyun, in 1991 as part of the first "unified Korea" team to march into international competition wearing the flag of the Korean Peninsula. (AP Photo/Yonhap) KOREA OUT

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CORRECTS SPELLING OF NORTH KOREAN PLAYER'S NAME - In this April 30, 1991 photo, South Korea's Hyun Jung-hwa, left, and North Korea's Li Pun Hui, Koreas' first-ever unified team, wave while holding their winning trophy after they defeated China at a world table tennis championships competition in Chiba, Japan. Grudgingly putting aside politics, the intensely competitive Li paired up with her arch rival, South Korean star Hyun, in 1991 as part of the first "unified Korea" team to march into international competition wearing the flag of the Korean Peninsula. (AP Photo/Yonhap) KOREA OUT
CORRECTS SPELLING OF NORTH KOREAN PLAYER'S NAME - In this April 30, 1991 photo, South Korea's Hyun Jung-hwa, left, and North Korea's Li Pun Hui, Koreas' first-ever unified team, wave while holding their winning trophy after they defeated China at a world table tennis championships competition in Chiba, Japan. Grudgingly putting aside politics, the intensely competitive Li paired up with her arch rival, South Korean star Hyun, in 1991 as part of the first "unified Korea" team to march into international competition wearing the flag of the Korean Peninsula. (AP Photo/Yonhap) KOREA OUT
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