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Pyeongchang, South Korea gives ‘A Journey Together’ at Olympics Closing Ceremony

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When the Olympic flag is passed from Sochi, Russia to Pyeongchang, South Korea at the Sochi Olympics there will be an opportunity to embrace what the world might see in the 2018 Olympics. Coming together for this special event in Sochi, the South Korean’s are calling their portion of the Olympics Closing Ceremony program A Journey Together. According to Games Bids on Saturday, this segment will offer Korea’s unique artistic aura to the world. Yoon Ho-Jin, the segment director gave few details, but it sounds like the opportunity to showcase is being taken seriously.

Some of the biggest Korean entertainers are expected to be part of the program. Na Yoon-Sun, Jo Sumi, Na Yoon Sun (also known as Youn Sun Nah,) Lee Seung-Chul, and Yang Bang-Ean have been confirmed as part of the program. Another tidbit of interesting information on the ceremony is the massive amount of costumes that will be used in the performance. Close to 10,000 costumes are ready to use for the Closing Ceremony.

What the South Koreans have to show the world has been kept a big secret, but everyone is expecting a big celebration as the new country takes charge of the opportunity to hole the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

The Sochi Olympcs Closing Ceremony no doubt will say farewell to Russia and hello to North Korea. It’s a bittersweet moment that viewers find heartwarming and fun to watch.

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