North Korea has launched a travel website dprktoday.com on December 1.
The communist state is currently banned from entering the country by international tourists due to fears of the Ebola virus.
Dprktoday.com is a Korean language site full of whimsical images and hard-to-navigate portals. The various areas of the site highlight North Korea’s variety of attractions, from a pyramid-themed water park to aspects of local culture.
Some of the choices are a little more confusing, including pictures of rockets and a dog.
The site is even more abnormal, as North Korea currently has a travel ban that will prevent tourists from entering the country anyway.
In October, authorities told travel companies they banned international tourists due to fears of Ebola.
South Korean Yonhap News reported that the site’s goal is to “attract foreign tourists”, but as the page is exclusively in Korean, it is not clear exactly which target audience.
Prior to the travel ban, North Korea tried to encourage visitors, including building a massive ski resort in just 10 months.
The website includes a number of videos in addition to images and text, which appears to be a beautiful karaoke video featuring footage of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.