North Korean Archaeologists Discover Unicorn Lair
According to Japanese media, workers with the History Institute of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea announced they have “reconfirmed” the location of a unicorn lair. The unicorn was ridden by King Tonymyong, believed to have died in 19 B.C. The legendary king may also have been sired by a river god and was possibly hatched from an egg.
The site of the king’s tomb is used to validate the importance of government buildings in the vicinity. The discovery of the unicorn’s lair brings more importance to the location.