What could go wrong?

Kim recently visited the location of the Masik Pass Skiing Ground to give “on the spot field guidance” on the construction of the resort, which will have beginner, intermediate and advanced-level routes on more than 68 miles of mountainside.

The highest peak in the mountains around the site rises more than 4,400 feet above sea level.

No expense is being spared on the project and the resort will have a hotel, cable cars, equipment stores and a heliport, the KCNA state media reported.