The pictures were shared by a news website and ever since Netizens started comparing them to not only TV shows and comics but also drawing parallels to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Some also took it in another way and explained this as Kim Jong’s symbolic move.
Nothing good ever happens after we see images of Kim rulers on horseback. We don't know what #KimJongUn has in store for us this time, but I'm sure we're not going to like it. #NorthKorea https://t.co/zjTzHrybEe— Gordon G. Chang (@GordonGChang) October 16, 2019
Check out the people’s reactions here:
Winter Is Coming. And there is a King In The North pic.twitter.com/gYjgBZMO8H— Josh Smith (@joshjonsmith) October 15, 2019
Where Kim Jong-Un got the idea for riding the white horse pic.twitter.com/PvVK01W1bO— Scott Williams (@jswilliams1962) October 16, 2019
Coming soon to Hallmark Channel’s Countdown to Christmas.— Blue Lantern (@BlueLanternUSA) October 16, 2019
“After an offhand wish to a man playing Santa Claus, @realDonaldTrump wakes up to find himself married to his dictator sweetheart.”
Don’t miss Kim Jong-un in, “Your Last Christmas.”#KimJongUn pic.twitter.com/xvuZJaPzN9