The Winter Olympics closing ceremony began late Sunday in Pyeongchang, bringing to an end 17 days of sports action.
Eight robotics teams from universities, institutes and a private company competed for a $10,000 prize in the Ski Robot Challenge.
The Pyeongchang Winter Olympics are on track though organisers are battling the spread of a virus among staff and preparing to deal with the cold snap at Friday's opening ceremony ...
North Korea's national flag was raised in the South Thursday for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, organisers said, after an exemption came into force to avoid breaching Seoul's tough national security law.
After the two Koreas struck a deal for the North to attend the Winter Games in the South, Olympic bosses were meeting Saturday to resolve the devils in the details of the landmark pact.
South Korea's prime minister apologised for suggesting the country's women's ice hockey team had no chance of a medal at the Winter Olympics in an unsuccessful attempt to dampen criticism over a unified team with the North.
Cheering crowds welcomed the Olympic flame to a freezing Seoul on Saturday, where the torch will be paraded for four days before making its way to Pyeongchang for the start of the Winter Games.
Seoul proposed inter-Korean military talks to reduce tensions on the Korean peninsula and a reunion of family members in time for February's Lunar New Year holiday, said South Korea's vice unification minister Chun Hae-sung.