During the Olympic Games, the media from all over the world are situated largely in the Media Village, often a purpose built area of apartments, which are later sold as part of a legacy investment.
The facilities at the Village are mostly functional, getting people fed, slept, and some exercise space. However, in PyeongChang, there is a remarkable amount of space dedicated to culture and education. One of the most fascinating examples is a photography exhibition which addresses the prospect of Korean reunification.
To locate such an exhibition in front of the media at a time when the message could be simply about celebrating the values of sport is a really bold and exciting message, showing the confidence of Korea in tackling this subject.
Unfortunately, it can only be seen by accredited media, but hopefully they will take home something new about this topic and how they imagine the relationship between North and South Korea.