That's Taufatofua on the far left, featured with US skiing legend Lindsey Vonn, International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach and a host of other athletes from around the world toward the end of Sunday's Closing Ceremony festivities. We offer our hand to everybody to join forces in this faith in the future.
Bach painted a positive picture of the Games and praised the South Korea organizers.
Nico Porteous and Zoi Sadowski-Synnott hold up the NZ flag at the closing ceremony.
Pyeongchang 2018 President Lee Hee-beom preceded Bach in making a speech, saying the athletes from North and South Korea "built friendship".
The 2018 Winter Olympics are officially over, but there were still medals to be won on the last day of the Games.
"When marching together, and even competing together as a unified Korean team, it constituted a strong identity of one single nation".
Despite the divisions and distrust between the two Koreas, they agreed to have their athletes march together at both the opening and closing ceremonies under a banner of unification. The IOC extended its ban, forcing the individuals to march under the Olympic rings flag as "Olympic Athletes from Russian Federation".
Russia's flag was absent after the International Olympic Committee voted to extend its ban over doping - but Russian officials said they expected to return to the fold within days.
Canada finished third in medal count with 29, right ahead of the United States.
Later in the evening, Sim Jae-guk, the Mayor of Pyeongchang, passed the Olympic flag to Bach, who then passed it to Chen Jining, the Mayor of Beijing.
Snowboarder Zoi Sadowski-Synnott, 16, carried the flag after being bestowed the honour for ending the country's 26-year Winter Olympics medal drought.
US President Donald Trump's daughter Ivanka was just a few seats away from North Korea's Kim Yong Chol, who is accused of masterminding attacks on South Korea and is blacklisted by Seoul.
The closing ceremony, which starts Sunday at 8 p.m. local time (6 a.m. ET), will tell the story of "The Next Wave", while emphasizing the "human spirit of perseverance".
The formation was inspired by the Pyeongchang Olympic emblem "ㅊ".