As the opening ceremony inaugurates the long-awaited XXIII Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang, South Korea, Rabbi Osher Litzman looks forward to a full house for Shabbat.

This weekend marks the first Shabbat of the Winter Olympics — there will be three in all over the 17-day event — and Litzman and his team of volunteers are ready for it.

Litzman is the head of Chabad-Lubavitch of South Korea, located in the capital of Seoul. In a phone call from South Korea, he said, “We expect many people to come and join us Friday night throughout the evening.”

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