HEADLINE North Korean officials wrap up Olympic inspection in South


North Korean officials wrap up Olympic inspection in South


20:41, January 27, 2018


Yun Yong Bok, center, deputy director of the North Korean Ministry of Physical Culture and Sports, arrives at the Customs Immigration and Quarantine office in Paju, South Korea, to return home Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018. (Korea Pool/Yonhap via AP)

North Korean officials on Saturday wrapped up a three-day visit to South Korea where they examined Olympic stadiums, hotels and concert halls that will potentially be used by North Korean athletes and other delegates headed to next month's Pyeongchang Winter Games.

The eight-member inspection team returned to North Korea after inspecting a Seoul performance facility that could host a show by a North Korean taekwondo demonstration team during the Olympics, which start on Feb. 9.

Their visit followed last week's trip to the South by another group of North Koreans led by Pyongyang celebrity Hyon Song Wol, the leader of the famous Moranbong girl band who also heads an art troupe that will perform during the Games.

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