Athletes from around the world are making their way to South Korea ahead of the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, set to begin in a week.
The Games, to be held in Pyeongchang, begin on Feb. 9. Closing Ceremony is on Feb. 25.
This year, in addition to skiing and skating luging, four new events have been added to the Games – mixed-doubles curling, big air snowboarding, mass start speed skating and team skiing.
There is, literally, thousands of hours of event programming and multiple ways to watch the Games.
Here's your guide to the Games.
Where is Pyeongchang?
Pyeongchang is about 79 miles east of the South Korean capital city of Seoul. Or about 7,104 miles from Atlanta, Georgia.
When do the Olympics begin?
The first events, ski jumping and curling, are scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 8. The Opening Ceremony takes place on Friday, Feb. 9. The Games end on Feb. 25 when the Closing Ceremony will be held.
How you can watch the Opening Ceremony
The Opening Ceremony begins at 8 p.m. local time in South Korea – that's 6 a.m. EST. If you want to see the ceremony live, you can catch it on NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app. Those services are available on streaming devices, including Amazon Fire, Apple TV and Roku. NBC will broadcast an edited version of the ceremony at 8 p.m. EST. Katie Couric and Mike Tirico will host the Opening Ceremony for