As part of historic talks, North and South Korea have agreed to participate in joint ski training at North Korea’s Masikryong Ski Resort, ahead of next month’s Olympic Games in Pyeongchang.
Though South Korea won’t be sending any of its Olympians — national reserves and promising youth skiers are its most likely candidates — it will have to navigate UN sanctions that prohibit payments to North Korea for things like accommodation and other expenses.
But intrigue surrounds Masikryong.
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