The 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea concluded with the traditional closing ceremony Sunday at the Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium.
It was, as usual, a colorful affair with its fair share of highlights celebrating the record 2,920 athletes who competed in these games.
We were treated to music, pageantry, appearances by world leaders and luminaries and the passing of the torch to Beijing, which will host the 2022 Games.
Here's a look at the most memorable moments, including some you might have missed.
Yang Tae-Hwan Shreds on the Guitar
After a performance of the South Korean national anthem, 13-year-old Yang Tae-Hwan led a rendition of "Winter" from Vivaldi's The Four Seasons.
Clad in a leather jacket, the young guitarist positively shredded and was joined by a collection of geomungos, a traditional Korean stringed instrument.
It was a unique and indelible sonic experience, with the teenage guitarist at its center.
BuzzFeed UK's Patrick Smith declared Tae-Hwan "the winner of the Winter Olympics." Even with all the medals that were handed out, it's tough to disagree.
Flags Appeared; 1 Flag Didn't
As in the opening ceremony, the parade of nations did not feature Russia's flag. The country was penalized by the International Olympic Committee over doping charges. During the games, Russian medal winners were honored under the Olympic flag instead.
By contrast, the North Korean flag did make an appearance as well as the South Korean flag, in place of the united flag the two countries marched under during the opening ceremony.
The significance of the change is open to interpretation, but the overriding theme of the Games has been a thawing of relations between the nations.
Ivanka Trump in Attendance
Ivanka Trump, daughter of U.S. President Donald Trump, was in attendance alongside South Korea President Moon Jae-in and North Korean official Kim Yong-Chol.
There were political undertones, as there often are at the Olympics.
That said, the eldest Trump daughter clarified in an official statement that her main objective was "congratulating Team USA and celebrating all that our athletes have achieved."
K-Pop Takes Center Stage
Besides cultural traditions, the Olympics is also a chance for countries to showcase things that are big right now.
As such, no closing ceremony in South Korea would have been complete without a dose of K-pop. Before the Olympic anthem, K-pop star CL performed, drawing some of the most raucous reactions from the crowd.
Given her chosen songs were titled "The Baddest Female" and "I Am the Best", perhaps that should have come as no surprise.
Later, K-pop boy band EXO drew an equally large and appreciative response.
Your Turn, Beijing
If you are of the opinion that no closing ceremony is complete without giant, well-lit, rollerblading pandas, this was the event for you.
The segment of the proceedings dedicated to handing off the Games to Beijing featured a dazzling light show, the unveiling of the 2022 logo and the aforementioned luminous Chinese mammals.
Will they make another appearance in four years? We can only wait and see.