Murray said that she heard rumors floating around in July that the two Koreas would unify.
Pence, who is leading the U.S. delegation to the Olympics, has accused Pyongyang of using the event for its own ends.
Kim is now among her brother's top 20 officials and is seen as something of a gatekeeper to the leader, the analysts said. The whole world is watching, and what happens today won't happen again.
"Communication has been an issue", says South Korean player Randi Griffin, who grew up in the United States but has Korean citizenship (she's studying for a PhD in evolutionary anthropology at Duke). The Hamilton siblings were officially eliminated from mixed doubles curling.
While a summit in Pyongyang would signal warming ties on the peninsula, it also risks driving a wedge into the alliance between the US and South Korea.
Team USA athletes are seen during the Opening Ceremony of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games at PyeongChang Olympic Stadium on February 9, 2018 in Pyeongchang-gun, South Korea. A large maple leaf and the words "We Are Winter" are painted on a wall.
In the "axe murder incident" of 1976, North Korean soldiers attacked a work party trying to chop down a tree inside the Demilitarized Zone, leaving two US army officers dead. But not Pyeongchang 2018, for which the opening ceremony began at 3 a.m. PT Friday morning.
Island fans of international sport might as well get used to bleary-eyed viewing of the Olympics through 2022.
Pence left an Indianapolis Colts game that he was attending last year minutes after the national anthem after players from the opposing San Francisco 49ers knelt in protest during the national anthem, a move that sparked criticism from NFL players and Democrats.
The North Korean leader is reported to be willing to meet his southern counterpart 'at the earliest opportunity'.
Jong said a lot of young people wonder whether unification would even be a good idea. The chemistry on the team is better than I could have ever predicted.
54 - Years since NBC's first Olympic broadcast, which was the 1964 Tokyo Games.
Mr Moon acknowledged Mr Abe's concern but said it constitutes a violation of South Korea's sovereignty and an "intervention in our domestic affairs", the official was quoted as saying. Switzerland defeated Korea 8-0. American Maame Biney also advanced to the semifinals, which will be decided on Tuesday. I'll walk into the locker room and they're all laughing together.
Committee President Thomas Bach then handed the podium to Moon, who declared the Olympics officially open.
Pence's tweeted day-after position: "The U.S. will not allow the propaganda charade by the North Korean regime to go unchallenged on the world stage".
North Korean cheerleaders perform their routine in support of the joint Korean women's hockey team, during a game against Switzerland during their Group B contest of the women's hockey tournament at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics, at Kwandong Hockey Centre in Gangneung, Gangwon Province, on Feb. 10, 2018.
Meanwhile the cheerleaders continued to chant long after the rest of the arena had emptied. Pence carried a similar message. They didn't check their phones, because they didn't have phones.
Moon sought to reassure US vice president Mike Pence that the allies remained in lockstep despite North Korea's joint appearance at the Olympics.