Kim Jong Un posed crosslegged for a photoshoot on the edge of a hot tub during a visit to North Korea's brand new spa town and tourist attraction.
Kim recently visited the under-construction Yangdok Country Hot Spring Resort, and found it "refreshing and reviving," Korea Central News Agency (KCNA) reported on Friday.
Here are the photos.
Kim Jong Un recently visited the Yangdok County Hot Spring Resort in North Korea, due for completion in December.
The resort is to be a "a complex for spa medical treatment and a sports, culture and recreation ground for the promotion of the people's health," North Korea's state news agency KCNA said.
Kim said Yangdok is "perfect match for the geographic characteristics and natural environment of the area," KCNA reported.
Kim also used his visit to slam South Korean facilities at resort on Mount Kumgang as "backward" and "hotchpotch," saying they should tear it down, Reuters reported.
Kim said North Korea's new spa contrasts starkly with that of South Korea's "architecture of capitalist businesses targeting profit-making from roughly built buildings."
Kim added the spa's purpose will be to serve "as a curative and recuperative complex."
Kim's sister and advisor Kim Yo Jong was also on the visit.
Kim took in the view, while officials took notes.
Kim last visited in late August, with KCNA reporting he was happy with the progress on his latest visit.
Here's an aerial photo of the resort.
NK News reported that Kim was previously unhappy with, and criticized, the status of work on the project, "lamenting during an August 2018 visit that it had 'no excellent health complex that has been built properly in terms of sanitation and cultured practice as befitting recreational and recuperative facilities'."