We're roughly halfway through the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, and WKYC's Will Ujek has certainly had his share of adventures, from traveling to the DMZ to speaking with gold medalist and Rocky River native Red Gerard.

Made it past the 38th parallel, crossing into North Korea. The 241 meter long DMZ is the most dangerous border in the world. #PyeongChang2018 #Olympics

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Gold Medalist, Red Gerard has probably done 107 interviews since the win...I account for 3 of them #pyeongchang2018 #olympics

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In recent days, Will has started to check out the bobsled and curling events, and also helped a local member of the U.S. Navy give a shout out to his family back home.

He's even had time to comment on the Olympics' mascot: Soohorang the white tiger.

Be sure to follow more of Will's journeys throughout the next week!