Pak Nam-chol (Chosŏn'gŭl: 박남철; hancha: 朴南哲; born October 3, 1988) is a North Korean international football player.

During the 2008 Olympic torch relay in Pyongyang, he was the first to carry the Olympic torch.[3]

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Pak has appeared for the Korea DPR national football team in 4 FIFA World Cup qualifying matches.[1]

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After the victory, Pak, who was a corporal in the North Korean army, was promoted sergeant. After the championship, Pak left the military and football, and became a gymnastics instructor. An Italian urban legend that persisted for a long time in the press had it that Pak was a dentist.

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Pak Doo-Ik was born at Pyongyang. He represented North Korea at the 1966 FIFA World Cup in England, scoring the winning goal in their 1-0 win over Italy at Ayresome Park, Middlesbrough,[1] a game since featured in the film The Game of Their Lives by British filmmaker Daniel Gordon.[2]

Mérkőzés: 1970.01.01 - csütörtök óra

Pak Doo-Ik (Chosungul: 박두익; Hanja: 朴斗翼; born 17 December 1943) is a North Korean former soccer player.[1]