North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visits ski resort as pet project complete: KCNA
SEOUL (AFP) - North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visited a newly completed ski resort on Tuesday and ordered officials to open his pet project to the public as soon as possible, state media reported.
Kim took a test ride on a ski lift at the Masik Pass Ski Resort, which he said during a visit two weeks ago was "at the centre of the world's attention", the Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) said.
He noted "with great satisfaction" that everything was "impeccable" and gave instructions to serve the people well so that visitors may "keenly feel the loving care of the party".
Kim, who was educated in Switzerland, told officials to hold the opening ceremony at the earliest possible date, KCNA said.