Kim Jong-un has climbed North Korea's highest mountain, according to state-run media.
The 32-year-old leader took part in a bizarre photo-shoot at the top of the 9,000ft-high Mount Paektu, near the Chinese border, after allegedly climbing the peak on Sunday wearing just a grey overcoat.
Pictures from the state-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) show him standing on the snowy mountaintop.
Mashable reports that KCNA described the climb as the following: 'With a broad smile on his face, the Supreme Commander said that the looks of Mt. Paektu is impressive and the sunrise over Mt. Paektu is a charming and beautiful sight rare to be seen, adding the new morning of Korea dawns from Mt. Paektu.'
Reports say Kim Jong-un climbed the mountain alongside hundreds of fighter pilots and party officials.
According to Rodong newspaper, via BBC, Kim addressed troops at the top of the mountain and said: "Climbing Mount Paektu provides precious mental pabulum more powerful than any kind of nuclear weapon."
Mount Paektu is a volcanic peak which is considered to be a sacred place in Korean folklore and a symbol associated with the Kim family. Kim Jong-un's father Kim Jong-II is said to have been born on the mountain, however many historians say he was born in Russia.
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