Feb. 9 (UPI) -- Girls Day, Mamamoo and Suzy represented South Korea as Olympic torchbearers.
The K-pop stars were among the Korean celebrities to help kick off the Pyeongchang Olympics in South Korea, according to Billboard.
The Pyeongchang 2018 official Twitter account shared a video Thursday of Girls Day carrying the torch in Gangneung. The girl group was named an honorary ambassador for the 2018 Winter Olympics in July.
"#PyeongChang2018 Honory Ambassador and #Kpop girl group, #GirlsDay is making #Gangneung shine brightly along with the Olympic Torch!" the PyeongChang account wrote.
#PyeongChang2018 Honorary Ambassador and #Kpop girl group, #GirlsDay is making #Gangneung shine brightly along with the Olympic Torch! 😻 #강릉 에 등장한 4명의 성화여신! 💞 #2018평창 홍보대사 #걸스데이 어두울수록 밝게 빛나는 오늘의 성화는 바로 내일 #평창 으로 향합니다!🏃 pic.twitter.com/1f0oVGXwsJ— PyeongChang 2018 (@pyeongchang2018) February 8, 2018
Girls Day also posted a photo on Twitter in their official Olympic outfits. The group said their role in the opening ceremony was a "meaningful" experience.
"#Let_Everyone_Shine," the singers wrote.
VIXX singers N and Leo, Super Junior members Donghae and Yesung and 2NE1 alum Sandara Park were among the other acts to serve as torchbearers. Retired Olympic figure skater Kim Yuna had the honor of lighting the torch.