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Where Are the 2018 Winter Olympics? What to Know About PyeongChang, South Korea

An aerial view taken Nov. 27, 2017, of the Alpensia Ski Jumping Center for the 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea. (Kyodo) ==Kyodo (Photo by Kyodo News via Getty Images)

While sports lovers all around the globe are preparing for the 2018 Winter Olympics, authorities in PyeongChang, South Korea—where the following Olympics is found—are putting the completing addresses the scenes that will have the XXIII Games.

Despite the fact that this is the second time the Olympics have been held in South Korea — the 1988 Summer Games occurred in Seoul — it’s the nation’s first Winter Games and PyeongChang’s first worldwide donning occasion of this gauge. South Korea already made unsuccessful offers on both the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics.

2018 Winter Olympics

The climate in Pyeongchang in February will probably be frosty, with temperatures running from a normal high of 33-35 degrees Fahrenheit (1-2 degrees Celsius) to a normal low of 17 degrees Fahrenheit (- 8 degrees Celsius), as per World Weather and Climate Information.

The main aggressive occasions of the 2018 Winter Olympics will happen in PyeongChang on Thursday, Feb. 8, with the Opening Ceremony set for Friday, Feb. 9. The Games will finish up on Sunday, Feb. 25.



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