North Korea has released an hour-long documentary charting Kim Jong-un’s two trips up the country’s sacred Mount Paektu last year, apparently in place of an anticipated New Year address by the dictator.
- Kim Jong-un made two trips up North Korea’s sacred mount Paektu last year to signify ‘major announcement’
- North Korea has now released an hour-long documentary charting his journey including riding a white horse
- He can be seen visiting the ‘birthplace’ of his father, as well as washing in the Sobaek River which flows nearby
- Kim was widely expected to restart nuclear missile testing in the New Year after deadline for US to rejoin stalled talks expired, but so far has not launched anything