When he isn't tending his fledgling bromance with Dennis Rodman or proclaiming that North Korea's enemies will soon bathe in the flames of nuclear war, Kim Jong-Un has to do things like keep a nation, which has every right not to be, jazzed and excited—hence his smiley visit to Mushroom Farm No. 1116 this week. The visit was documented by the country's top state-run news sites and yielded some of the best pictures of Kim to date, like this keeper:
Look at how happy he (that's Kim right?) is next to all that fungi. Kim also met the all-female crew at farm no. 1116, who treated him like a member of One Direction:
But there also was serious business too, and he observed workers in hazmat suits (?) deal with the mushrooms:
"The mushroom cultivation grounds look very nice and I am pleased to see them," Kim said, telling the state-run Korean Central News Agency that he was impressed with the introduction of the latest mushroom-production technology.
Applauding the efforts of the country's mushroom production is a bit of a drop-off from the advances North Korea has celebrated in recent months. For example, this past December saw a cigarette-smoking Kim Jong-Un looking all satisfied when North Korea launched its rocket into space, and in February, the country honored its nuclear scientists.