Kim’s sister ends Olympic visit, leaving South to mull offer

  • South Koran President Moon Jae-in talks with Kim Yo Jong, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister, during a performance of North Korea’s Samjiyon Orchestra at National Theater in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018. A rare invitation to Pyongyang for South Korea’s president marked Day Two of the North Korean Kim dynasty’s southern road tour, part of an accelerating diplomatic thaw that included some Korean liquor over lunch and the shared joy of watching a “unified” Korea team play hockey at the Olympics. At left is North Korea’s nominal head of state Kim Yong Nam. (Bee Jae-man/Yonhap via AP)

GANGNEUNG, South Korea — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un’s sister headed home Sunday night after a whirlwind three days in South Korea, where she sat among world dignitaries at the Olympics and tossed a diplomatic offer to the South aimed at ending seven decades of hostility.

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