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The unified Korean hockey team and life inside North Korea; Mary Carillo

Korea Unified Team v Sweden - International Friendly Women's Ice Hockey

INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA - FEBRUARY 04: The athletes of Team Korea stand in line after the Women’s Ice Hockey friendly match against Sweden at Seonhak International Ice Rink on February 4, 2018 in Incheon, South Korea. The friendly match was held ahead of the Olympic Games where South and North Korea competes for the first time as a unified team in a sport at the Olympic Games. 4 North Korean athletes ( Suhyun Jong No.26; Songhui Ryo No.14; Unhyang Kim No.4; Chunggum Hyong No. 30) got position on the Starting Line-up. (Photo by Woohae Cho/Getty Images)

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Mary Carillo, the longtime NBC Olympics broadcaster, joins Day 5’s episode of The Podium to discuss her illustrious career, why she feels for Olympians, and offers insight into the unified Korean hockey team.

The Podium team also went to the unified Korean team’s game and spoke with some fans about what this will mean for the region, plus NBC News’ correspondent Keir Simmons shares his experience being in North Korea.

The Podium will publish daily episodes, recapping the day’s events and biggest competitors from the 18 days competition in PyeongChang. Vox Media will produce the podcast on the ground in PyeongChang.

The podcast can be found on Apple Podcasts, Art19, Google Play, Spotify and Stitcher.

Watch: Mary Carillo discusses why she loves the Olympics