It is a place where the opening and closing ceremonies of PyeongChang 2018 will be held. It will be used only for the ceremonies, and access by visitors will be controlled except on the ceremony days.
The torch, which is the symbol of the Olympic Games, is lit in Athens, Greece, and will light the cauldron after the torch relay for 101 days. Photos can be taken against the backdrop of the torch.
Every day, medal ceremonies for the day and various cultural events are staged. Fans can have a special opportunity to engage with athletes at this place.
The hall provides exhibitions, performances and events that combine the culture and the information and communication technologies of Korea and analogue and digital. On the 1st floor, people can see the representative pieces of Korea’s culture and art, and on the 2nd floor, people can experience the information and communication technologies in person.
It is a place where people can watch the competitions broadcast live through a big screen and cheer for the athletes together. People can also watch large-scale performances and experience snow sports.
There is a café served by robots produced by using Korea’s advanced information and communication technologies. People can meet the contemporary technologies of Korea through demonstrations and experiencing events.
In the pavilions of the Olympic sponsors, visitors can see the state-of-the-art services and products in each of their areas of core competencies.
In the pavilions of the OCOGs of the future Games and NOC Houses, visitors can get various pieces of information regarding the culture, sports and history of countries across the globe.