SEOUL/TOKYO, Feb 24 (Reuters) - Traffic slowed to a trickle, TV-capable mobile phones spilled on to lunch tables and two of Asia's biggest economies, Japan and South Korea, ground to a near halt on Wednesday to watch a 19-year-old ice skater perform in far-off Vancouver. South Korea's and Japan's top skaters, the favourites for the gold in the Olympics glamour sport of women's figure skating, took to the ice for the first time in an event heavily anticipated in the neighbouring Asian ...
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