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What To Know About North Korea's Olympic Cheerleaders: The 'Army Of Beauties' | TIME
What To Know About North Korea's Olympic Cheerleaders: The 'Army Of Beauties' | TIME
What To Know About North Korea's Olympic Cheerleaders: The 'Army Of Beauties' | TIME

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During a women's hockey game at the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games, the 100-plus member North Korean cheerleading squad, women all dressed in red jackets and white winter hats, began to chant in Korean every time Switzerland scored a goal against Korea’s unified women’s hockey team. “Cheer up!” they told the Korean team, pointing a unified Korean flag at the players.
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What To Know About North Korea's Olympic Cheerleaders: The 'Army Of Beauties' | TIME
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