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Horodi,mascota de los Juegos Olímpicos Seul 1988,Corea del Sur

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1988 Summer Olympics | 1988 Seoul Summer Olympics Mascots Hodori and Hosuni

1988 Summer Olympics | 1988 Seoul Summer Olympics Mascots Hodori and Hosuni

1988 Summer Olympics Torch, Seoul.

1988 Summer Olympics Torch, Seoul.

1988 Summer Olympics logo.svg seoul

1988 Summer Olympics logo.svg seoul

1988 Summer Olympics video

1988 Summer Olympics video

Seoul 1988 - Summer Olympics | Olympic.org

Seoul 1988 - Summer Olympics | Olympic.org

1988 Summer Olympics banner

1988 Summer Olympics banner

Olympic Cauldron - Seoul, South Korea - 1988 Summer Olympic Games

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Olympic Cauldron - Seoul, South Korea - 1988 Summer Olympic Games

Built in commemoration of the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. Olympic Bridge, Seoul.

Built in commemoration of the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. Olympic Bridge, Seoul.

Hodori was the official mascot of the 1988 Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea. He was designed as an amicable Amur Tiger, portraying the friendly and hospitable traditions of the Korean people, and the name Hodori was chosen from 2,295 suggestions sent in by the public. There was also a female tiger named "Hosuni", but she was seldom used.

Hodori was the official mascot of the 1988 Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea. He was designed as an amicable Amur Tiger, portraying the friendly and hospitable traditions of the Korean people, and the name Hodori was chosen from 2,295 suggestions sent in by the public. There was also a female tiger named "Hosuni", but she was seldom used.

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