A Kim Jong Un impersonator walked through North Korea's Olympic cheer squad -- and their faces say it all

A man dressed to impersonate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un walked through Pyongyang’s cheer squad at the Winter Olympics – and its members looked unimpressed, to say the least.

Though it’s unclear whether this is the same impersonator who crashed the games’ opening ceremony, the man was rushed away from the squad, much as the impersonator was on Friday.

The cheerleaders looked less than thrilled to see a likeness of Kim before them.

The squad’s members are hand-picked and unpaid, train for months at a time, and must meet strict physical requirements. Some have reportedly been imprisoned in the past for talking about the world they see outside of North Korea.

To see more pictures, check out Ohmy Star, which first reported the incident. Anna Fifield, The Washington Post’s Tokyo bureau chief, also tweeted an image:

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