XXIII Winter Olympics

XXIII Winter Olympics
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Pyeongchang lost to Canada’s Vancouver in the 2010 Olympics because the resort area of Yongpyong required further development, and Vancouver was better prepared at the time. It is a ski area located in Daegwallyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang, Gangwon-do. The resort has golf in the summer, and is noted as the largest ski and snowboard resort in Korea. On July 6, 2011 Pyeongchang was elected as the host city of the 2018, XXIII Olympic games.

Recently, the city of Daejeon was chosen by International Science Business Belt to turn the Institute for Basic Science into a global leader for the country. Education, science and technology were responsible for this. The South Korean government is a republic with powers shared between the president, legislature and the courts. It is also a sovereign state, with the departments collaborating with one another, Today, Daejeon’s population growth is the second highest in the country, after Seoul.

Science is an integral part of the country and it has helped attract the Olympics to its re-laying. Daejeon holds a technology depot, known as Daedeok Innopolis surrounded by government research institutes, government invested corporate research institutes, corporate research centers and venture companies. These research institutes and universities, located in Daedeok Valley have began many startups.

The Olympic Village now provides a total of 851 rooms. The Alpensia Conference Centre has a capacity of 2,000. There is also going to be an ice-ridge, where snow is going to be carved out to form a decline. Past sports events in Korea have contributed to the reason Pyeongchang was selected to host the 23rd Winter Olympic Games. In 2002, the country had the FIFA World Cup. More than 10 million Koreans arrived on the streets to root on their team during the semifinals against Germany. The 2002 FIFA World Cup, was the 17th staging of the FIFA World Cup. It was the first world cup in Asia. Korea also offers professional sports, such as baseball, football, basketball and volleyball