The National Museum of Korea presented the “Tigers in East Asian Art: Korea, Japan, China” for the occasion of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. The National Museum of Korea collaborated with the Tokyo National Museum of Japan and the National Museum of China. Since the mascot of the Olympic Winter Games that year was Soohorang, a white tiger, the exhibition was focused on presenting traditional images of the tiger. It was held from January 26 to March 18, 2016. “Tigers in East Asian Art: Korea, Japan, China” was composed of works from the countries of Korea, Japan, and China. Korea’s representation came from the artist Kim Hong-do’s work from Tiger Under Pine Tree and Tiger Under Bamboo. Thirty works came from Japan all titled Dragon and Tiger. Lastly, ancient weapons adorned with tiger designs and figurines depicting the twelve zodiac animals. All together, the exhibit totaled 105 works.