Kim Jong Un impersonator shocks North Korean cheerleaders at Winter Olympics

CloseColleen Romano

In an interview with the Washington Post's Josh Rogin, on his way home from South Korea where he led the US delegation at the Winter Olympics, Pence said that during conversations with South Korea's President Moon Jae-in, the USA and South Korea had agreed on terms for "further engagement" with the North. They lost their previous two games 8-0 each to Switzerland and Sweden and have only one more game to play before making their Olympic bow.

Fans erupted while the North Korean cheerleaders jumped from their seats in the most uncoordinated moves they've made yet. After getting the bum's rush out of the opening ceremony along with his partner, a President Donald Trump impersonator, he was back Wednesday for the women's ice hockey game between the unified Korean team and Japan.

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence told the Washington Post after attending the Olympics that Washington would step up its "maximum pressure campaign" against North Korea, but was open to talks without preconditions. If President Moon accepts the invitation, then this would pave the way for what could be the third meeting of the inter-Korean summits between the two countries.

According to the admiral, the North Korean leader is not simply seeking nuclear weapons as a defense strategy to safeguard his regime-as some analysts have claimed-but has a desire to pursue reunification with South Korea, imposing his governing ideology on the southern neighbor.

Ryom and Kim work with Canadian coach Bruno Marcotte, who has said they need to improve their power to be a threat on the global stage.

South Korea on Wednesday approved spending $2.64 million to foot the bill for the hundreds of members of the North's delegation to the Winter Olympics.

A separate government budget covered the costs of hosting North Korean high-level officials, included Kim Yo Jong - the sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, Baik stated.

In North Korea, impersonating a member of the ruling Kim family is considered as blasphemous. The harmony seen at this Olympics might not guarantee any prospect of stability in the Korean Peninsula, but it creates an occasion for many of us to diversify our image of North Koreans and view them in a more humanitarian way.

"Certainly, this lukewarm response is not acceptable for the North Korean propaganda".

He didn't mean its athletes, he meant North Korea's extraordinary switch from firing missiles to an all-out embrace of the Pyeongchang Olympics, so much so, some have started referring to it as the "Pyongyang Olympics" after the capital of North Korea.

Still, Howard's entrance was so spectacular that the North Korean cheerleaders struggled to stifle a quick laugh in between chants of "We are one!" and "Unify the motherland!"

"Some of them laughed, and got it, but majority were totally shocked and I was told to sit down by a few heavies", Howard said.