The Winter Olympics begins in South Korea today (February 9), however North Korean protestors have already clashed with police and burnt flags.
Kim Jong-un's sister, Kim Yo-jong, has travelled across the border to attend the opening ceremony, after the visit was approved by the United Nations Security Council committee.
But just a few hours before this, around 800 protestors against North Korea clashed with riot police at the Winter Olympics stadium.
Photos of Kim Jong-un and North Korean flags were burnt in a protest march, according to Reuters.
Protestors have also hit out at the President of South Korea, Moon Jae-in, as the Winter Olympics has been used as a matter to begin talks between the North and South.
Banners claimed “Moon Regime is leading Korea to destruction” and some even mentioned Donald Trump.
Those banners read: “Mr President. North Korea bombing, please.”
Kim Yo-jong is the first member of the North Korea leader's immediate family to officially visit South Korea and will watch the Korean teams march with a unified flag alongside North Korea's ceremonial head of state Kim Yong-nam.
The Winter Olympics will contain 102 medal events for 15 sports, with more than 3,000 athletes competing.