On the last day of competition in Pyeongchang, the South Korean women's curling team looks to continue its historic run in the gold medal match against Sweden. The underdogs have had a stellar tournament, beating heavyweights like Canada.
Meanwhile, figure skaters will show off their skills and skate to their favorite tunes in the exhibition gala. Canadian Olympic champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir will pay tribute to musician Gord Downie in the event.
Here's everything you shouldn't miss before Sunday's closing ceremonies:
Women's curling final, South Korea vs. Sweden (Saturday, 7:05 p.m. ET/Sunday 9:05 a.m. local time): The only Asian nation to previously win an Olympic curling medal was China, which took bronze in Vancouver in 2010. That will change on Sunday (Saturday evening in the U.S.) as South Korea will face two-time Olympic champion Sweden. The South Korean team comes in as the underdog, ranked eighth in the world, but made it to the final by beating veteran teams like Canada. South Korea edged out Sweden 7-6 when they met in a round-robin match early on in the tournament, and there is a good chance they will repeat the performance and surprise the world.
Exhibition gala (Saturday, 7:30 p.m. ET/Sunday 9:30 a.m. local time): Although all of the figure skating medal events are complete, fans will have one more event to watch -- the exhibition gala. The event will feature one final Olympic performance by Canadian ice dancers and Olympic champions Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir. They plan to skate to The Tragically Hip's "Long Time Running," a tribute to the late Canadian musician Gord Downie. Men's singles champion Yuzuru Hanyu, ice dance bronze medalists Alex and Maia Shibutani and several other skaters are also expected to perform.
Men's 4-man competition (Saturday, 11:40 p.m. ET/Sunday, 1:40 p.m. local time): Canada and Germany went head-to-head in the men's 2-man event that ended in an exciting tie for the gold medal. Germany, led by pilot Francesco Friedrich, and Canada, led by pilot Justin Kripps, finished their runs with identical times. The two teams will be back with their eyes on another gold.
Women's 30km classic style (Sunday, 1:15 a.m. ET/3:15 p.m. local time): Sweden's Charlotte Kalla has medaled in every event she competed in this tournament, winning gold in 15km skiathlon and silvers in the 10km freestyle, relay and team sprint. In the last event of the tournament, the 30-year-old skier will compete for her fifth medal in 30km classic style.