Japanese media is getting us all excited about the medal hopes - the skiers! The skaters! The snowboarders! The curlers!
What about the UK?
Well, of course the Olympics is a big story in the UK. But not so much, because really Britain isn't strong in winter sports.
Northern areas of the UK have snow and ski areas, but the southern areas often have very little snow or cold weather. Some cities have ice skating rinks, but less than when I was a child, and of course many people love skiing...usually in European resorts in France, Italy, Austria and Switzerland.
But we don't have winter sports stars.
This year Team GB (Great Britain) is sending 59 athletes to Korea and hoping to get five medals....biggest hopes are in skeleton, curling...snowboard....
Britain did have Olympic stars in the past. Maybe most famous were the figure skating pair Torvill and Dean, who won perfect scores - 12 6s!! - at the 1984 Sarajevo games. Do you remember them? They skated to the music "Bolero".