​PyeongChang, South Korea Winter Olympics (2018)

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Source: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/02/09/sports/olympics/opening-ceremony.html?hp&target=comments

​In 2018, South Korea hosted the XXIII Olympic Winter Games, with all events taking place in PyeongChang, South Korea, a county in Gangwon Province of South Korea which is approximately 80 miles east of Seoul. This marks only ​the third Winter Olympic Games in Asia (Sapporo in 1972 and Nagano in 1998). 


​It is noted that the South Korean and North Korean delegations marched into the Games' Opening Ceremony together under the Korean Unification Flag.


​It is also noted that the 1999 Asian Winter Games was also held in Gangwon Province, including PyeongChang.


Postscript: In terms of total medal count at the PyeongChang Olympics, South Korea came in sixth place with a total of 17 medals (of which 5 were Gold Medals), making it the highest ranked Asian nation. The U.S. came in fourth place with a total of 23 medals (of which 9 were Gold Medals).  (Norway came in first place in terms of total medal count with 39, of which 14 were Gold Medals).