The North Korean cheering squad, which seemed to have more than 100 people, gathered on one side of the stands at around 5 p.m., about 30 minutes before the quarterfinals of the women’s soccer match between South Korea and Hangzhou Asian Games, which began at 5:30 p.m. (Korean time) on the 30th, wearing T-shirts with the North Korean flag and white hats. There was an artificial flag, a North Korean flag, and a fan in his hand.
They appeared to enjoy the game, taking group photos with their mobile phones before sitting down. It was impressive to see a female cheerleader sitting in the front and a male cheerleader sitting in the back.
When the players entered seven minutes before the start of the game, they all got up together and waved the national flag and fan. When the national anthem rang out, everyone stood up and sang the national anthem. Afterwards, the cheering chant to the beat, “Win, win, win! Win, win, win Joseon!” he shouted at the top of his voice. 토토
The North Korean team appeared at the international competition for the first time in five years due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The North Korean Beauty Cheering Squad, which was popular at the 2014 Incheon Games and the 2018 Jakarta-Palembang Games, was also accompanied. They are cheering for the North Korean team’s games every game.
South Korea and North Korea both passed the group stage by winning all three games. South Korea has not won in 12 matches since it last won against North Korea in 2005. Coach Colin Bell showed his willingness to advance to the semifinals by putting in all the best members, including Ji So-yeon, Jang Seul-ki, Choo Hyo-joo, Choi Yu-ri, and Shim Seo-yeon.