North Korea’s new ski resort, currently under construction by the army, has reportedly “washed away” after heavy rains saturated the area.
According to South Korea news agency, Daily NK, heavy rains have caused part of the construction site has collapsed and massive landslides have crippled the project.
More than 400 millimeters (16 inches) of rain fell in the area between July 10th and 14th.
The Masik Pass Skiing Ground was set to be a prestige project backed by the leader, Kim Jong Eun. The resort was planning on having 110km of slopes.