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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, (L to R) memory competitors Ri Song Mi, Kim Su Rim, and Pang Un Sim demonstrate their skills in at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, (L to R) memory competitors Ri Song Mi, Kim Su Rim, Pang Un Sim, and coach Cha Yong Ho demonstrate their skills at Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, memory competitor Pang Un Sim arranges a deck of cards to demonstrate her skills at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, (L to R) memory competitors Ri Song Mi, Kim Su Rim, and Pang Un Sim stand before their trophies from the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong, at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, a deck of cards used for memory training is displayed at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, (L to R) memory competitors Kim Su Rim, Pang Un Sim, and Ri Song Mi pose for a portrait with their trophies from the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong, at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, memory competitor Kim Su Rim memorises a deck of cards to demonstrate her skills at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, (L to R) memory competitors Ri Song Mi, Kim Su Rim, Pang Un Sim, and coach Cha Yong Ho demonstrate their skills at Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, (L to R) memory competitors Pang Un Sim, Kim Su Rim, and Ri Song Mi demonstrate their skills at Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, memory competitor Pang Un Sim arranges a deck of cards to demonstrate her skills at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, memory competitor Kim Su Rim memorises a deck of cards to demonstrate her skills at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, memory coach Cha Yong Ho (L) talks to competitors Ri Song Mi (C) and Kim Su Rim (R) as they demonstrate their skills at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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This photo taken on April 17, 2019 shows (L to R) memory coach Cha Yong Ho and competitors Pang Un Sim, Kim Su Rim, and Ri Song Mi sitting before a laptop screen playing a video of the team competing at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong, at Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, memory competitors Ri Song Mi (L) and Kim Su Rim (2nd L) receive training from coach Cha Yong Ho (2nd R) and competitor Pang Un Sim at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, memory competitor Pang Un Sim poses for a portrait with her trophies from the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong, at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, medals won by North Korean competitors at the World Memory Championships are displayed at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, memory competitor Pang Un Sim arranges a deck of cards to demonstrate her skills at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, (L to R) memory competitors Ri Song Mi and Kim Su Rim tidy decks of playing cards before their trophies from the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong, at the Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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In a photo taken on April 17, 2019, (L to R) memory competitors Ri Song Mi, Kim Su Rim and Pang Un Sim listen to coach Cha Yong Ho (R) as they prepare to demonstrate their skills at Kim Hyong Jik university of education in Pyongyang. - Three North Koreans came in the top five out of more than 250 competitors in the hour numbers discipline at the World Memory Championships in Hong Kong in December -- the first time the country had entered -- with two of them beating the previous world record. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) / TO GO WITH NKorea-social-education-memory,FEATURE by Sebastien BERGER
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