Korea's Olympic speed skaters including Lee Sang-hwa, Lee Seung-hoon and Mo Tae-bum arrived in Sochi on Sunday after spending a week in the Netherlands wrapping up their last international competition ahead of the Winter Games.
The majority of Korea's Olympic delegation including 64 staff arrived there on a chartered flight one day earlier.
The nation's short track athletes are training in the highlands of Font Romeu, France at 1,850 m above sea level and are scheduled to arrive in Sochi on Wednesday. Three figure skaters including Kim Yu-na are expected to head to the Russian city on Feb. 12.
The first Winter Games in Russia will see athletes compete in 15 disciplines for a total of 98 gold medals. Korea, fielding its largest-ever squad of 71 athletes, aims to win at least four gold medals.