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Pyeongchang Winter Olympics
Alvina Joanna, Guest Reporter  |  tribune1968@cnumedia.com
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승인 2018.03.28  13:24:43
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                                  ▲ Mazaher Akbari, Junior, Faculty of Business Administration

    The Pyeongchang Winter Olympics has affected North-South Korea relations in many ways. In one particular event, when North and South Korean athletes were able to participate in one event as a single team, the people of both countries would have shared much joy and happiness to have unity displayed in such a fashion. Unfortunately, there were a few media creators who tend to broadcast certain negative things regarding North Korea and hence sway people’s minds with their content. When I went to the games, I even heard a few people saying that no matter what efforts have been made so far by South Korea, North Korea will always be North Korea. This kind of people need to be put on the sidelines if the two Koreas are to unite.

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