How To Watch The Pyeongchang Olympics Opening Ceremonies

How To Watch The Pyeongchang Olympics Opening Ceremonies

Also, the photos of certain divided families from North and South Korea who were given an opportunity in the past years to meet each other will never be omitted from the memory of history. US Vice President Mike Pence, sitting a few seats away in the same VIP booth, looked stony faced as the extraordinary scenes unfolded.

On top of that, Kim actually shook hands with South Korea's Moon Jae-in early in the day.

The aide noted that Pence "and our team were aware she'd be in attendance".

It's the start of more than two weeks of games in South Korea, with a number of new ways to watch back home. "The VP sat with Moon and Abe in the box after days of meetings with both leaders".

While it wasn't the first time North and South Korea stood under the same flag (they last united for the 2007 Asian Winter Games), a joint Olympic team is an unprecedented step toward unification.

The opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics showcased a dazzling display of lights, music and dancing, but the overarching message was one of peace and global unity.

The opening ceremony of the PyeongChang Olympics will take place on Friday. But privately, officials said, Pence expressed concern to Moon about his more conciliatory tone toward North Korea. "We want peace, everybody wants peace, nobody wants war".

Not long after, North and South Korean athletes entered Olympic Stadium together, waving flags showing a unified Korea - the long-time dream, in theory at least, of many Koreans in both North and South.

North Korea had said it would hold a big event to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of its military.

The Opening Ceremonies had a lot of other memorable moments, too.

So I believe Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, if they talk, they probably get along because in my opinion, they are pretty much the same people.

Emphasis on warmest because the Winter Olympics in South Korea this year are extremely cold- cold enough to break skis- and the 35,000-seat, open-air venue does not help shield athletes and spectators from the chill.



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