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Supposed i should make a thread about it since the Olympic village apparently opened its doors yesterday. 500 athletes have already moved in.

It should be added there are two Olympic Villages. One for the snow athletes in Pyeongchang and another one in Gangneung for the ice athletes.

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Not sure, I would need to research to know what are the plans for the village.

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That uncomfortable flag is already hanging there :P 

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North Korean athletes arrive to the Village.

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Brazilian athletes

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Dutch Athletes

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From what I can see on television coverage, these games have magnificent facilities.  I hope they receive very active post games use and that PyeongChang becomes a lasting winter sport training facility.

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Did the Aussies have their Kangaroo flag up?

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