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Joint North And South Korean Olympic Bid Buoyed By New IOC Rules


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Plans for a joint bid between Seoul, South Korea and Pyongyang, North Korea were given a boost last week after key announcements were made at the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) 134th Session in Lausanne, Switzerland that wrapped up Wednesday. Korean Sport and Olympic Committee (KSOC) President Lee Kee-heung was named among 10 new members of […]

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Between Seoul's 1988 Olympics venues and Pygonyang having the world's highest-capacity stadium (suitable for track and field) as well as two large arenas (Pyongyang Arena at 12K and Pyongyang Gymnasium at about 20K), certainly there are plenty of sports venues that could be used for any future Olympics. Obviously, however, sports venues seem to be the only thing in this proposal's favor.

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