For one day, everything in the hermit kingdom is closed and a surreal fist-pumping military parade takes place across the capital city of Pyongyang.
“People would gather in the squares from morning until six o’clock and sometimes we would walk with the army. Born in 1986, Kang grew up in the eerie, grey, concrete streets of Pyongyang.
Facebook, which has 1.5 billion monthly active users, is completely banned in North Korea and China which makes Tinder's claims of having users in those locations a bit of a mystery.
A spokesperson for the dating app has however reiterated that it does have users in both locations, telling the South China Morning Post: "We have users in all 196 countries, including China and North Korea.
Getting drunk with friends till dawn, going on dates to the cinema, playing too many video games.
Again, considering the tiny number of foreigners allowed access to North Korea, Tinder's claim it has "many users" there may be somewhat overstating the fact.
The Sun story goes on to suggest that the process will be similar to a hit TV show aired in the U. where 30 women vie for the heart of one lucky gentleman.
It makes for a good read, but the idea of Kim Jong Un actually hosting a Western-style dating contest to find a husband for one of the most eligible women in North Korea seems iffy.
The report, however, serves to rebut rumors that she was married to the son of a prominent party official.
Kim Yo Jong is widely viewed as the most powerful woman in North Korea after joining the 129-member central committee of the Workers’ Party earlier this year.