PYEONGCHANG, SOUTH KOREA -- The closing ceremonies of the 2018 Winter Olympics much like the ceremony that kicked off the games it did not disappoint.

The ceremony started off with a group of local elementary school students signing the South Korean national anthem.

The music didn't stop there as 13-year-old sensation Tae-Hwan Yang wowed the crowd with his skills on the guitar, NBC announcers said Yang released his first album at just 10 years old.

Then Kpop sensation CL wowed the crowd with her performance showcasing South Korea's modern music scene.

The American flag was carried into the ceremony by gold medalist Jesse Diggins who won gold in cross country skiing for the United States, the first medal of any kind in the event for Team USA.

The Olympic flag was transferred from the mayor of Pyeongchang Sim Jae-Guk to mayor of Beijing Chen Jining where the next Winter Olympic games will be held in 2022.

Beijing will become the first city to host both the Summer and Winter Olympic games having hosted the 2008 Summer Olympics.

The flag exchange was followed by a light show featuring giant Pandas and dancers skating at the Olympic Stadium giving everyone a preview of the 2022 Winter Games.

The drones that amazed during the opening ceremony were back making Soohorang the mascot of the games and eventually into a heart to symbolize love and unity.