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The Republic of Korea, which is roughly the size of the German states of Bavaria and Baden-Württemberg combined, is committed to putting on a spectacular show with the eyes of the world watching in February 2018. South Korea is currently spending a great deal of money to ensure that the rest also falls into place.
All 12 of the venues are either being fundamentally overhauled or completely built from scratch.
The Olympic Games will get underway on Friday, 9 February 2017 with the opening ceremony in the new Olympic Stadium close to the Alpensia Sports Park.
The following day sees the women’s skiathlon event held, with the first medals already being decided.
All the venues already hosted test events during the 2016/17 season as part of the respective world cup tours, allowing the top athletes to gain an insight into the conditions they can expect for the Games.
The Games’ mascots are already working hard at advertising the games throughout the nation: the white tiger .
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On top of that, an impressive stadium for the opening and closing ceremony is being built, as are two Olympic villages, a large media centre for thousands of journalists, several motorways and even a have already proven that they are more than capable of hosting major sporting events.
In 1988, the capital Seoul held the Olympics Games and in summer 2002 the best footballers worldwide descended on the peninsula for the FIFA World Cup.
“Sooho” within the Tiger’s name stands for protection and a sense of security – something which it is hoped all athletes, viewers and other participants will feel during the Games.
The black bear, with a crescent moon on its chest, is intended to symbolise the courage and strong will of the Korean people.