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Im Shung-hwi

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Im Shung-hwi (a.k.a. Im Song Hwi; born 3 February 1946) is a North Korean football midfielder who played for North Korea in the 1966 FIFA World Cup. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Im Shung-hwi has received more than 3,875 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Im Shung-hwi is the 5,187th most popular soccer player, the 103rd most popular biography from North Korea and the 8th most popular North Korean Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Im Shung-hwi ranks 5,187 out of 16,880Before him are Ivan Pudar, Constant Joacim, Philippe Christanval, Tom Heaton, Chicão, and Lucas Pérez. After him are Harvey Barnes, Julian Weigl, Youssef Chippo, Derek Kevan, Marc Emmers, and Kiril Ivkov.

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Among people born in 1946, Im Shung-hwi ranks 649Before him are Dennis Kucinich, Ed Markey, John Gribbin, Humphrey Carpenter, Susan Saint James, and Jim Webb. After him are Sonny Perdue, Kiril Ivkov, Gene Siskel, Sverre Kjelsberg, Kate McGarrigle, and Alberto Quintano.

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In North Korea

Among people born in North Korea, Im Shung-hwi ranks 103 out of 146Before him are Kim Iryeop (1896), Pak Ui-chun (1932), Han Pil-hwa (1942), Ri Yong-ho (1956), Kim Sol-song (1974), and Yang Song-guk (1944). After him are Ji Yun-nam (1976), Hong Yong-jo (1982), Ri Myong-guk (1986), Kim Yong-jun (1983), Shin Dong-hyuk (1982), and Kye Sun-hui (1979).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In North Korea

Among soccer players born in North Korea, Im Shung-hwi ranks 8Before him are Kim Yong-sik (1910), Kim Sung-gan (1912), Pak Doo-ik (1943), Pak Seung-zin (1941), Kim Jong-hun (1956), and Yang Song-guk (1944). After him are Ji Yun-nam (1976), Hong Yong-jo (1982), Ri Myong-guk (1986), Kim Yong-jun (1983), Cha Jong-hyok (1985), and Han Kwang-song (1998).