Renovated North Korean national zoo has a surprising exhibit
Kim Jong Un's latest gift to the North Korean people is a renovated central zoo.
The park attracts thousands of visitors every day and has typical zoo exhibits and a high-tech natural history museum, according to AP.
The most popular attraction, though, might be surprising -- it's dogs.
They have many breeds including schnauzers, German shepherds, Shih Tzus and Saint Bernards are on display.
One of the popular dogs is a King Charles spaniel, which was presented as a gift to Kim's father, Kim Jong Il, in 1995.
Though dog meat is a common dish in the country, a growing number of North Koreans are keeping dogs as pets.
Check out the photos from the newly-renovated zoo: