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The complicated Olympic history of the two Koreas

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North and South Korea agreed to march together at the opening ceremony for the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics, but this is not the first time they have marched together. The two countries have a long history of planning joint Olympic activities - sometimes successful, sometimes failing with deadly consequences.