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North Korean striker Jong Tae-se joined the K-League's Suwon Samsung on Thursday (January 10), becoming the fourth player ...
from the North to play for South Korea's top team. Jong signed on after sealing a 300,000 euros ($395,850) switch from German club FC Cologne to the South Korean top flight. The 28-year-old was born in Japan to a South Korean father and North Korean mother.
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SHOWS: SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (JANUARY 10, 2013) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1. NORTH KOREAN STRIKER JONG TAE-SE WITH SUWON SHIRT 2. SHIRT CLOSEUP 3. (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) SOCCER PLAYER JONG TAE-SE SAYING: "It is an honour to join a big team with the long tradition. I played in Germany, so I will share the lessons I got there with my colleagues at the Suwon Samsung team and I will play hard to ensure victory for this season." STORY: North Korean striker Jong Tae-se joined the K-League's Suwon Samsung on Thursday (January 10), becoming the fourth player from the North to play for South Korea's top team. Jong signed on after sealing a 300,000 euros ($395,850) switch from German club FC Cologne to the South Korean top flight. The 28-year-old was born in Japan to a South Korean father and North Korean mother. "It is an honour to join a big team with the long tradition. I played in Germany, so I will share the lessons I got there with my colleagues at the Suwon Samsung team and I will play hard to ensure victory for this season," said Jong after wearing his new Suwon uniform. He becomes the fourth North Korean to play in the South and follows former national team mate An Yong-hak to Suwon. Jong has scored 15 goals for North Korea and was part of the squad that qualified for the 2010 World Cup finals in South Africa but lost all three group stage matches.