Kim Jong-un to hold dating contest in hopes of finding his sister a husband
Dating contests make for popular television, but they haven't proven quite as successful in sparking long-term romance.
Nonetheless, a bevy of bachelors will by competing for the hand of Kim Yo-jong, the sister of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, reports WPLG.
In addition to being a close relative of the nation's most powerful person, Yo-jong serves as a member of the country's influential Central Committee.
Given her high profile position in the land, not just any guy will do.
Photos of Kim Yo-Jong, Kim Jong-Un's sister:
According to The Week, Kim Jong-un, who will be overseeing the event, has already set up minimum qualifications.
Those include standing over 5 feet 10 inches, having served in the North Korean military, and attendance at Pyongyang's Kim Il-sung University.
Notably, according to The Sun, the dictator held a similar competition in 2012, but none of the candidates were deemed worthy.