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What happened to North korea's representatives after the games? In 1966, the athletes ' fate was terrible - a defector told the scorer of sysimustasta the fate of the
North Korea is the place to have a big delegation Pyeongchangin, but with only 22 athletes. For example, the cheerleaders send mobile to 229.A defector reported that in 1966 the football world cup played in North korea's team was sent to a prison camp after the defeat.The 2010 football world cup team survived a reportedly six-hour crisis meeting.North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has said that he wants to invest in the country sports.

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North korea's athletes have also received moderate attention. Great debate have been the country to encourage the troops.

North Korea celebrates a 1-0 win over italy in the 1966 football world cup. AOP

Also, the success has been very moderate. The bulk of the north Korean athletes have collected a couple of skating in the race have Ryom Tae Ok Kim, Ju Sik. They reached # 13.

North Korea tihkuneiden according to data the country has taken in the past few decades a brutal failures in the international sporting arena.

Really traagaisen fate are the defector according to the experienced at least the country's football players, who participated in the 1966 world cup in England. The team progressed to the shortlist from the group, but lost in the quarterfinals to Portugal 5-3.

This was not enough for the country's leader Kim Il-sung. The whole team was sent to a prison camp. Additional rage awakened, that the team had been celebrating alcohol with a couple of days before half välierää and made the acquaintance of local women.

Ryom Tae Ok Kim, Ju Sik managed to pair skating in Pyeongchangin. They reached # 13. EPA / AOP

prison camp, surviving defector Kang Chol-hwan explains in his book that he met with the team Yodokin prison camp.

Kang said that the football player's Pak Seung-zin became famous for the fact of how well he endured the torture. Pak also received the nickname Cockroach. The nickname came in the Kit's ability to catch cockroaches to stay alive, when he was kept hungry in a totally dark shed. The torture facility was called hiostus captain.

Up he was in the booth for three months. Kang told me that Pak was a camp still in 1987, when he was released. Pak scored at the world cup two goals.

Kim Ryon-hyang was the track in the women's slalom and giant slalom Pyeongchangin. Success did not come. EPA / AOPPitkä meeting

North Korea was also seen in the 2010 football world cup. The team missed their block, their last with zero points.

the Times and ways have obviously changed in North Korea athletes with respect at least to some extent, as The Chosun Ilbo newspaper, according to the players survived the jumbo instead of the six-hour barbecue to me, where all the barking was out and players were told to have betrayed the current leader, Kim Jong-un's trust.

the intelligence field, working a source told the newspaper that the North Korean attitude in the 2010 world cup-performance-surprisingly in moderation.

considering the country's high expectations, the state could have done worse things to the team than just reprimand them for ideological deficiencies, the source said.

- Previously poorly performing North Korean athletes were sent to prison camps.

North Korea expert Toshimitsu Shigemura told in 2016 Telegraph newspaper, that the medalists in the international championships in palkinta better housing and higher food doses. Shigemuran according to a failure can have a worse apartment. Also, their food rations could be reduced. Destiny may even have a work order in the coal mines.

Kim Jong-un has told that he wants to invest in the country's sporting success.

Perseverance and athletes support might be a punishment instead of acting tactics. It has proven successful in the free world.

the evening paper publishes the turn of the year honor again in 2018 memorable sports stories. The story of north Korean athletes was first published in the 21.2.

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has said that he wants to invest in the country's sporting success. EPA / AOP

Sources: The Chosun Ilbo, the Daily Star, the Telegraph and The Fox News

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