A spokesman for NBC, which will broadcast the games in the United States, told the Washington Post that the network is monitoring the situation and they now "have no plans to change our preparation for the games, which are in full swing".
Local business are not concerned, according to The Post's Yoonjung Seo, who is in Pyeongchang.
South Korean officials and Games organisers have also repeatedly promised that the event will be safe to attend. The North Korea situation is obviously fluid and can change quickly, but at this point, there's little to suggest the US won't be sending athletes to PyongChang.
"I think those are conversations that we're going to have to have, but what have we always said?"
"We don't ever fear anything, we live our lives. We have that, and certainly that's a flawless opportunity for all of them to go and do something they worked so hard for".
The United States has never missed the Winter Olympics, and has sent a team of athletes to every modern edition of the Olympic Games except for the 1980 Summer Olympics in Moscow, which it boycotted for political reasons.
"The U.S. looks forward to participating in the Winter Olympics in South Korea", she tweeted. "We will make sure that the athletes and the staff are safe when we're in Korea". "We are really confident in this, so this message can be relayed to the athletes by the (National Olympic Committees)". "But what have we always said?" But they said they're putting their faith in U.S. Olympic Committee. "So we're preparing as if we're going to go".
"The goal is to do so", she said. The source added that network employees are usually eager to work Olympic assignments.
In one way, this does make some sense. "There's no war; bombs aren't being dropped on Pyeongchang". The most infamous of them is the 1972 "Black September" massacre in Munich, in which members of the Palestinian Black September militant group captured Israeli Olympic athletes.
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