The countdown is officially on.
The torch for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics is now in Korea, marking the start of the 100 days before the Games begin.
Our Lee Ji-won is at Moonlight Park in Songdo, south of Incheon where the torch was brought into the country.
Ji-won, we're getting closer to the end of day one of the relay. What's the latest?
Hi Devin, the torch will soon arrive here at Moonlight Park with the 101st runner, IOC member Yoo Seung-min, who will light up a mini cauldron, marking a successful first day of the torch's journey to the PyeongChang Olympic Stadium.
The evening will then be filled with performances, including one by K-pop star and honorary PyeongChang ambassador, Taeyang, as well as a firework display.
To tell you briefly about today's torch relay, a total of 101 runners participated. The first runner, Yoo Young, is widely tipped to be Korea's next figure skating star.
Other torch bearers included TV star Yoo Jae-suk, the designer of the torch, Kim Young-se and K-pop star Suzi. They ran about 200 meters each, across Incheon Bridge to finish at this park.
A bit more about the torch relay, the torch will fly to Korea's southern island of Jeju tomorrow, and then travel through all of Korea's nine provinces and eight major cities, covering exactly 2,18 kilometers before arriving at the host city of PyeongChang on February 9th, 2018, the first day of the 2018 Olympics.
The organizers say a total of 75-hundred people from all walks of life -- not just celebrities or sports stars -- have been selected as torch bearers.
That's all from me at this point.
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