The Ministry of Unification said the funds will pay for the costs including accommodations and food for North Korea's cheering squad, orchestra, taekwondo performers, journalists and other supporting personnel who had visited or are still in South Korea.
In North Korea, anyone impersonating of a member of the ruling Kim family would be considered blasphemous.
Ryom, 19, shed a tear.
"And then the police got involved and they dragged me away - they said for my own safety", The Washington Post quoted Howard as saying.
'Unfortunately a few did not find it amusing and escorted me out very roughly, kicked me in the shins'.
"They are just people, they are young women, they are hockey players just like us". Better for us. Whatever.
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This is not the first time South Korea has footed the bill for the North. He will return to South Korea next week. "We surely have to win competitions but I mean attending the Olympics has a significant meaning", the North's Alpine coach, Pyon Yong Do, said after a meeting of coaches on Sunday.
"Howard is certainly my media consultant and he tells me our appearance has generated articles in literally every media outlet in the world", Alan said.
Their objective in the free program was to earn more than 125 points.
Still, "It's good that we scored a goal in the Olympics".
Numerous cheerleaders giggled nervously and waved back, but when the fake Kim broke into an impromptu jig all hell broke loose.
Harris also noted that despite restarting dialogue with South Korea and collaborating in sports and cultural events at the Winter Olympics, North Korea continued its pursuit of nuclear weapons in the face of sanctions and worldwide pressure.
South Korea's hosting of the Winter Olympics has sparked a sudden and rare moment of rapprochement across the Demilitarised Zone after months of sky-high tensions over Pyongyang's rapidly advancing nuclear weapons programme and bellicose missile tests.
There was no mention of the offer of a summit made to the South Korean president, Moon Jae-in, via Kim Yo-jong - the North Korean leader's sister who was part of the delegation.