I Felt Like A VIP; Korea Did An Amazing Job Hosting The Games
PubClub.com has had boots on the ground at the XXIII Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea.
Correspondent Bob Lyons, an American from Chicago who lives in Los Angeles, provides a “boots on the ground” report in this Q&A. Photos and videos by by Bob Lyons.
Q.) What Is The Overall Atmosphere From The People At The Games?
A.) Everybody so friendly; it’s am amazing experience. Everyone wants to talk to you; it’s incredible.
Q.) What Has Been Your Favorite Sport To Watch?
A.) Curling. I had no idea I would enjoy it so much. We should start a league in the States! I also went to Men’s Luge and saw American Chris Mazdzer win the silver medal, Snowboarding and Speed Skating.
Link: PubClub’s Favorite & Least Favorite Olympic Sports To Watch
Q.) How Is The Transportation?
A.) The transportation is easy and cheap. There’s a bullet train from Incheon Airpirt Seoul to Olympics for $38. There’s also a clean, easy and safe bus for $5. Transportation between venues is either $8 or there are free buses.