Tastuya Tanaka (L) of Urawa Reds, Japan and Kim Yong Chul (R) of Seongnam Ilhwa, Korea, battle for the ball in the first half during the semi final of the of the Asia Champions League at the Saitama studium, Japan on October 24, 2007. (UPI Photo/Keizo Mori)
Kim Yong-Chun (born 1936) is a leader of the North Korean military. He holds the North Korean military rank Chasu, is Vice Chairman of the National Defense Commission of North Korea, and is chief of the general staff of the Korean People's Army.
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