Kim Jong-un forces horse to take his big butt up sacred mountain
MOUNT PAEKTU, NORTH KOREA — North Korea's chubby little dictator Kim Jong-un has climbed the Hermit Kingdom's tallest mountain—on horseback.
According to BBC, North Korea's official Central News Agency released a bunch of IG-friendly snaps of tons and tons of fun plopped on top of a white horse galloping up the slopes of snow-covered Mount Paektu[a].
The Beebs says Fats likes to haul his big behind up the 2,750-meter high mountain ahead of major announcements.
According to USA Today, the mountain and the white horse are both symbols associated with the Kim family's line of fun-loving dictators.
According to KCNA, "his march on horseback in Mt.
Paektu is a great event of weighty importance in the history of the Korean revolution." Haha—weighty.
"Sitting on the horseback atop Mt.
Paektu, collected with deep emotion the road of arduous struggle he covered for the great cause of building the most power country, with faith and will as firm as Mt.
USA Today reported that Rocket Man previously visited the mountain before offing his uncle in 2013 and before entering talks with South Korea and the U.S. in 2018.
But honestly though, the white horse is a good look for Kim.
He should think about keeping it long term.