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North and South Korean Olympic athletes are taking selfies together to show unity

The next time you're thinking of mocking people who take selfies, think of this moment. As North and South Koreans join forces to compete in the Pyeongchang Olympics, the players have shared locker rooms and practice space. So far it looks like things have run smoothly for the divided nations — if the selfies are any indication. SEE ALSO: Team USA is skiing in virtual reality to prepare for the Winter Olympics First, the entire unified Korean team snapped a picture, although only five of them were actually looking at the camera (classic).
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