Kim Jong Un approves lavish new dog meat restaurant on Pyongyang riverfront
Satellite imagery shows construction started late last year, as North Korean leader says canine dining ‘improves diets’
Construction has started on a high-end dog meat restaurant in a prized spot along the Taedong River in central Pyongyang, NK Pro analysis shows, after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un personally approved the building’s design.
The “Dog Meat Delicacy House (단고기료리전문식당)” will occupy a prime riverfront location near the famous Okryugwan noodle restaurant, according to Russian outlet Rossiyskaya Gazeta, which also published a photo showing a 3D render of the building’s design displayed at the construction site.
The render depicts a large traditional Korean building featuring a wide outdoor area built on stilts
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