North and South Koreans danced in the streets on Thursday as 22 North Korean athletes were welcomed to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. The 22 are taking part in the Olympics following a thaw in inter-Korean relations and include figure skaters, ice hockey players, cross country and Alpine skiers. After a stiff and formal start, the mood eased when the dance band struck up a few tunes. "I was a little scared because they were just clapping and so serious in the beginning," said 15-year-old South Korean volunteer Jeon Moon-kyung. "But later they enthusiastically asked us to dance together."