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North Korean propaganda fliers were supposedly discovered Saturday in the mountains near South Korea’s capital as the start of the 2018 Winter Olympics approaches.

The brochures discovered near Seoul reveal the logo design of the Winter Games in Pyeongchang and their 2 mascots standing below the Olympic rings, Reuters reported Monday, mentioning NK News .

“ Welcome, visitors from Pyongyang! ” the fliers check out. The report stated the fliers were likely dropped from balloons flown throughout the border from North Korea. The brochures likewise welcome North Korean professional athletes, cheerleaders and efficiency artists, the report stated.

On the opposite side of the fliers, the Winter Olympics mascots seem running together, stating “ Let ’ s Go to Kaesong! Let’ s go to Mount Kumgang!”

The message describes the closed inter-Korean commercial zone and the stopped working inter-Korean traveler location situated in North Korea, Reuters reported.

The discovery of the fliers comes as North Korea revealed strategies to send out a high-ranking delegation to South Korea today as part of its rapprochement with South Korea throughout the Olympics.

The Koreas’ reconciliatory state of mind follows a year of increased stress over North Korea’s advancing nuclear and rocket programs. Some professionals state the North might wish to utilize its Olympic-related overture as a method to damage U.S.-led global pressure and sanctions.

The Associated Press added to this report.

Ryan Gaydos is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @RyanGaydos .