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Kim flexes military muscle on eve of Olympics
Kim Jong-un's army of cheerleading bombshells arrive ahead of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games 2018.
Yo Jong, who was appointed a senior official in the ruling Workers' party a year ago, was pictured being ushered around Incheon International Airport in South Korea by security.
South Korea has a lot riding on the PyeongchangWinter Olympics which start on Friday, but for the economy the biggest benefit would be a return of tourists from China, which is the next host of the Games.
Pence had kept open the possibility for some contact with the North Koreans in South Korea, while reiterating Washington's insistence that denuclearisation by North Korea is a necessary condition for permanent peace.
Friday's Opening Ceremony came a day after a major military parade in the North Korean capital, during which Pyongyang showcased several recently tested Hwasong-14 and 15 rocket and marked the foundation of the country's army.
2,952 athletes from 92 National Olympic Committees will compete, including the debut of Ecuador, Eritrea, Kosovo, Malaysia, Nigeria and Singapore.
He allegedly left after just five minutes after realising North Korean delegates were in attendance.
North Korea's military generals, high-ranking officials and even members of the ruling Kim family are subject to periodic purges under the rule of leader Kim Jong Un.
The Winter Olympics begins in South Korea today (February 9), however North Korean protestors have already clashed with police and burnt flags.
During the meeting, Pence warned that the world would see "a charm offensive by North Korea" Friday.
"Had it not been for the PyeongChang Olympics, some of us might not have had the chance to be together in the same room", Moon said. (Picture: AFP/ Yonhap) The pair are scheduled to meet with South Korean president Moon Jae-in on Saturday in a luncheon at Seoul's presidential palace.
Mr Moon has been trying to use the games as an opportunity to revive meaningful communication with North Korea after a period of diplomatic stalemate.
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