A photo of a patriotic demonstration in the North Korean capital of Pyongyang dated 2007. Photo: Courtesy of Stephan/Flickr
With the 2018 Winter Olympics just over a month away, the host nation's neighbor to the north, North Korea, is seeing the games as an opportunity to bring peace and harmony to the Korean Penninsula.
According to a CNN report, during North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's New Year's Day address, Un offered a rare olive
CNN also reported that South Korean leader Moon Jae-in has welcomed Kim Jong Un's willingness to enter dialogue and called for swift measures to help North Korea participate in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang in a cabinet meeting earlier today.
Only two North Korean athletes have qualified for the Olympics–the figure skating pair of Ryom Tae-Ok and Kim Ju-
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