North Korean workers have celebrated the opening of a new themepark based on Juche, the guiding ideology of the secretive Communist state.
Jucheland, located 50 miles north of capital Pyongyang, was, according to state media, devised, designed and built single-handedly by Supreme Leader Kim Jong-il.
He opened the park in front of a delighted crowd of North Koreans and a number of invited foreign dignitaries at the weekend.
The North Korean government is apparently hoping the new park will rival Disneyland Tokyo, although critics have said it will barely challenge Barney's World of Fun in Scunthorpe.
Juche is the central political philosophy in North Korea and is based on self-reliance.
As such, the new park has a number of Juche-themed rides and attractions, reports North Korea's government news agency, KCNA.
Visitors can take a ride on the Capitalist House of Horrors, the Re-education Roundabout and the Workers Revolution Rollercoaster.
Instead of shooting ducks with water pistols to win stuffed toys, visiting workers can shoot images of real-life western leaders with AK47s. The prize is a new set of worker's fatigues that will be delivered in five years.
A senior general is quoted in state media as saying: 'The courageous workers of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea can now celebrate the wondrous achievements of our supreme leader who has gifted them this themepark.
'By building this park he has shown that he can destroy the Capitalist West and soon our great nation will be revered the world round for leading workers to freedom.'
The general added: 'He has especially outdone himself on the Big Wheel of Juche, which is my favourite ride.'
Critics of the isolated nation, however, have pointed out that, while the park may be an impressive achievement, almost everybody in North Korea is too skint to actually go.