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Presbyterian Roots of North Korean Ice Hockey

In 1933 American and Korean hockey teams met in Pyongyang, North Korea on the frozen Taedong River. 

The first documented ice hockey games in Korea occurred in 1928, when the Japanese Empire ruled Korea, which they called Chosun (1910–45). An organized national hockey league and a national championship followed a couple of years later. In the Chosun Hockey League, which included teams of all age groups, Americans from the missionary communities were instrumental in developing the game.  [Read More].




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