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The final was 8-0, though it hardly mattered.
The meeting followed a brief encounter between the two parties at the Olympic Opening Ceremony on Friday, in which Moon twice shook hands with Yo-jong.
Aerial images of Kim Il Sung Square in central Pyongyang indicate about 13,000 North Korean soldiers are to march through the city.
The deep divide here between left and right could be seen in two snap editorials.
South Korean PresidentMoon Jae In has rejected a request by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to swiftly resume the country's joint military drills with the United States, his office said Saturday.
The dignitaries walked to the Korean bench, taking turns talking to players still standing on the ice.
The sister of the North Korean leader has arrived in South Korea, dressed in a black coat and absorbing a barrage of camera flashes. "I wanted to show that South Korea is a small but strong country".
Pyeongchang Olympic organizers are investigating a possible attack on their internet and Wi-Fi systems that took place about 45 minutes before the opening ceremony.
Tours from the South to the resort were closed after a South Korean tourist was shot by a North Korean guard in 2008.
The North Korean leader's sister's trip was particularly surprising, as she became the only member of the ruling family to have visited the South, since the end of the 1950-53 Korean War.
The North Koreans have invited Moon to visit Pyongyang in what would be the third inter-Korean summit talks since their 1945 division.
At that time, Korea was under the rule of Japan, which annexed the peninsula in 1910 and removed the last united Korean leader, Emperor Sunjong.
N.Korea extends invitation to South
But US has distanced itself from the North Korean overtures. So calling for unification during cross-border talks at Panmunjom or even forming a united Korean sports team is only symbolic. Nobody likes losing, especially me ...
"I have never competed in front of so many people before, so I felt nervous", said Ms. Park. "Coming on first such a big crowd and the first game on Olympic stage. Not that we're making a political statement, we're just here to win". One man held up a sign that read, "The peace of all mankind".
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Sunday it was too early to tell whether a diplomatic detente between the two Koreas at the Winter Olympics would lead to results, but the move had not driven a wedge between Washington and Seoul.
However, public opinion in the South is divided on whether relations with the North will actually improve once the Olympics are over.
Playing together on an Olympic stage is a much different challenge, and this team came together only on January 25.
Kim, a high-ranking official in Pyongyang's dictatorial regime, had been selected by her brother as the North's delegate to the opening ceremony of the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang on Friday.
All the protests and ceremonies surrounding the first combined Korean team in Olympic history are about to take a pause, at least for a few hours.
Moon has benefited from the rock star-like reception that Kim Jong Un's sister, Kim Yo Jong, has received here. Moon, a dove who wants to resolve the nuclear standoff diplomatically and peacefully, quickly responded to Kim's outreach by offering talks.
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