Researchers working with the History Institute of the DPRK Academy of Social Sciences have just brought that academic community to a standstill after making it public news that North Korea is home to a very rare and incredibly difficult to come by unicorn lair.
“Archaeologists of the History Institute of the DPRK Academy of Social Sciences have recently reconfirmed a lair of the unicorn rode by King Tongmyong, founder of the Koguryo kingdom,” reads the official press release on this matter.
As history teaches us, unicorns were a rather common sight in the ancient Korean Kingdom of Koguryo, yet, at one point in the past, the species suddenly became extinct for reasons still largely unknown.
It is quite likely that they became extinct as a result of the fact that they did not really exist to begin with, yet further studies are needed to confirm this theory.
This unicorn lair was found in the proximity of a temple located in North Korea's capitol city Pyongyang, sources say.
Sadly, no unicorn bones (or at least some stardust) were found at this archaeological site, yet researchers know precisely that this is indeed a unicorn lair.
Truth be told, nobody could ever doubt that this is the case, seeing how a rectangular rock with the words “Unicorn Lair” engraved in it is posted smack at the entrance.