“I’m interrupting the press conference!” North Korea’s women’s soccer coach against Japan…why is he suddenly so angry?

North Korea’s women’s soccer team has abruptly canceled its press conference ahead of its final match against Japan.

North Korea’s women’s national soccer team will play Japan at the Tokyo National Stadium in Tokyo, Japan, on Aug. 28 in the second match of the women’s soccer final qualifying round for the 안전카지노사이트 Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

North Korea hosted Japan in Saudi Arabia on Sept. 24 and the two teams played to a 0-0 draw. The match was supposed to be played at home in Pyongyang. Japan pointed out that there were no flights to Pyongyang, so the game was played in Saudi Arabia. The second leg will be played in Tokyo as scheduled.

North Korea’s team arrived in Japan via Haneda Airport on the 25th. South Korean media outlets also heavily covered North Korean news from the field.

North Korea held an official press conference on the 26th, a day before the game. Head coach Ri Yu Il answered questions from reporters. “I heard that many of my countrymen will come to the stadium tomorrow. I hope to get a good result.”

“We analyzed the first game,” he said, “and filled in the gaps in our defense. We’ve analyzed the first game and filled in the gaps in our offense and defense.”

However, about 10 minutes into the 30-minute press conference, the North Korean coach suddenly announced, “I’m going to stop the press conference.” Why?

As Higashi Web explains, “At the press conference, there was an immediate confrontation with the South Korean media over the name of the North Korean team. The atmosphere was uneasy, and the press conference was eventually canceled.”

North Korea is very unhappy with the use of “North Korea” or “North Korea” by the South Korean media at various international competitions and demands that the term “Democratic People’s Republic of Korea” be used instead. Instead, they use the term “South Korea.

“It’s not North Korea, it’s the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea,” Ri Yuil pointed out to South Korean reporters after the quarterfinal win over South Korea at the Hangzhou Asian Games last year.

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