The Winter Olympics are fast approaching. On February 9th, the 2018 Olympic Games will kick off in the South Korean city, Pyeongchang. While there is the anticipated buzz of excitement that always accompanies the Olympics - from both viewers and athletes alike, this year is different.
2018 is unique on many fronts - from Russia not being represented in the games, to the nuclear chess game in the mix and the reintroduction of the Korean unification flag. These elements all play a role in the Games' failing ticket sales. We breakdown why people are not flocking to the 2018 Winter Games:
2. On top of the tensions, another, less threatening reason for sales to be down, could be attributed to South Korea not being on the top of people's’ travel bucket lists.
3. The Winter Olympics are not as popular as the the Summer Games. The Winter Olympics are less representative of the global community, given that winter sports are concentrated in the northern hemisphere.
With the Winter Olympics a little more than a week out, it is still not too late to buy the tickets that many people are not purchasing. Your once in a lifetime chance to be in South Korea, in the height of a nuclear power play, could be one of the cheapest Olympics you could attend. To purchase tickets you can visit: http://www.jetsetsports.com/olympicgames or https://www.cosport.com/olympics/tickethotelpackages.aspx?utm_source=BodyLink&utm_medium=Website&utm_campaign=UserExperience&utm_term=HTP
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