South Korea is having a tough time attracting more interests in the Winter Olympics.
Organizers for the 2018 Pyeongchang games have acknowledged that ticket sales remain frigid.
The goal was to get more than a million spectators,with 70% expected to be local fans.
But in the first ticket sales window from February to June only 52,000 tickets were sold domestically, compared to the 750,000 seats organisers had forecast.
So with just five months to go before the start of the games, organizers are looking for different ways to boost the numbers.
On September 5th, they reopened ticket sales online hoping for a late surge in domestic demand, as a games draw closer.
And in November tickets will go on sale offline at airports and train stations.
The organising committee also said they plan to launch advertising campaigns on various platforms.