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- The North and South Korean Olympic delegations walked out together under a unified Korea flag during the Winter Olympics opening ceremony.
- A North and South Korean held the Korean unification flag together.
- South Korean President Moon Jae-in and Kim Yo Jong, the sister of north Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, shook hands during the ceremony.
The South Korean and North Korean Olympic delegations walked together during the parade of nations at the Winter Olympics opening ceremony on Friday.
The two delegations walked out in matching uniforms, marching with the Korean unification flag. The flag was jointly carried by South Korean bobsledder Won Yun-jong and North Korean ice hockey player Hwang Chung-gum, according to The Guardian.
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