It's day four of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics.
I'm Kim Hye-sung with the latest on the games.
Let's take a look at some of the highlights so far.
The men's 15-hundred meter speed skating final started at 8 p.m. Korea time.
The final match in the mixed curling, one of the newly added events for this year's Olympics is also underway,
with Canada and Switzerland vying for gold.
In the Men's Alpine Combined, held this afternoon, Austria's ( ) Marcel Hirscher came in first with an overall record of two minutes six.5-2 seconds.
South Korea's Kim Dong-woo, the only skiier from Asia in the event, ranked 33rd.
He is the first South Koeran skiier in 26 years to finish the race
American snowboarder Chloe Kim won her first Olympic gold medal in the women's halfpipe competition Tuesday with a score of 98.25
Her near perfect score and aerial tricks have already earned the 17-year-old star a nickname -- G.O.A.T, the greatest of all time
And that brings us to the medal tally.
As of 8 p.m. Tuesday,
Germany is top of the list with four gold medals -- three from biathlon and one from ski jumping.
The Netherlands is in second, thanks to its dominance in speed skating.
The United States ranks third.
Austria, boosted by its gold in alpine skiing today, ranks seventh.
The host country, South Korea, is ninth with one gold medal.
And more exciting games are coming up.
The women's 5-hundred-meter short track speed skating semi-finals have begun.
Tomorrow, we have one of the events that's been making headlines women's ice hockey
The match between the United Korean team and Japan will take place tomorrow afternoon.
The men's halfpipe final run is scheduled for 11: 30 a.m. tomorrow.
Let's see if we can find another rising star like Chloe Kim.
And the women's 1-thousand meter short track speed skating is slated for 7p.m. tomorrow.
That's all I have for our 8 p.m. newscast.
Here are the results from today's events.