North Korean state media appears to have suggested that Kim Jong-un can actually control the weather.
The Korean Central News Agency reported that he climbed two miles up Mount Paektu roughly a week ago.
It said the mountain, which is 2,700-metres high, usually suffers extreme winter weather, according to The South China Morning Post.
But unusually for the North Korean leader, when he visited there was “fine weather unprecedented”. The report suggests the weather was happy "at the reappearance of its great master.”
The news agency claimed the unusually inclement conditions were clearly a homage to the man “who controls the nature."
According to the report, the leader's eyes "reflected the strong beams of the gifted great person seeing in the majestic spirit of Mount Paektu the appearance of a powerful socialist nation which dynamically advances full of vigour without vacillation at any raving dirty wind on the planet."
The snowy mountain photos showed Kim wearing smart trousers and shiny leather shoes - which seems kind of unlikely given he'd apparently just trekked all the way up.