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20 Jun 2014 07:23 GMT | Human Rights, Sport, Football, South Korea
Football fans in South Korea are passionate about the game and their team.
They came out in number when their team reached the semi-finals of the 2002 edition which was co-hosted by South Korea.
But even with the 2014 World Cup, when expectations are not quite as high, the fans are out in numbers.
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