North Korea upgrades security at Kim Jong Un’s giant Pyongyang mansion complex
Satellite imagery also shows construction of new luxury hilltop facilities along the Taedong River
Despite economic woes and delays to several major construction projects this year, North Korea has made security upgrades to Kim Jong Un’s largest palace complex and began construction on new hillside mansions that might belong to the country’s elite.
Satellite imagery shows that a new building cropped up at the private train station outside what is known as the Kim family’s Ryongsong Residence between Feb. 2020 and May 2020. Located in Pyongyang, the sprawling residence — featuring various villas, swimming pools and miles of horseriding trails — now has a new structure covering the entire length of the
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