South Korea's athletes have previously marched alongside their North Korean counterparts at several Olympics, including the 2000, 2004 and 2006 Games. @NPR
>Both South Korea's hockey coach and conservative newspapers had expressed concern about the prospect of a united hockey team, saying it could damage South Korea's chances of winning a medal.
From 0.01 to 0.001%?
It think it's great that they are doing this together. But how is it not against the rules to combine 2 countries teams? Genuinely curious.
The Mighty Ducks 4: One Korea is Best Korea
As a Korean, this is always heartening to see. Our division was mostly created by foreign powers a while back, and there are a number of North Korean athletes who are quite popular in South Korea (Jong Tae-Se being one of them). Given, he might not be a good example as he's one of the worst North Koreans in that he lives in South Korea, married a South Korean woman, and I believe his daughter is also South Korean.
We tried to do a unified football team during the 2002 World Cup, but that didn't through. All things take little steps though, and I'm happy to see this going through.
[Here's to hoping this happens again!](https://youtu.be/Wyl8cCCrgKs?t=25
kim jong un... "New year, new me"
In 2004 they held the unified flag together in Athens. Just another phase.
What is this feeling... is it... optimism for the year to come? My god, I haven't felt this since January 2016...