The English release poorly translated the name of a historical location, Kiringul, as "Unicorn Lair," a very evocative name for Westerners. But in Korean history, the name Kiringul has a rather different significance. Kiringul is one of the sites associated with King Tongmyŏng, the founder of Koguryŏ, an ancient Korean kingdom. The thrust of the North Korean government's announcement is that it claims to have discovered Kiringul, and thus to have proven that Pyongyang is the modern site of the ancient capital of Koguryŏ.
SAJE, I appreciate your explaination over the translation.
I asked about the stirrip cover(s) when I originally posted the Onion joke about him. A fellow mounted to the far left of him in the original pict had a different type of stirrup cover I also had never seen before.
Not sure about the copyright. It is a derivative work, I filched it from the Chinese news service article that bit the Onion and adapted someone else's horn. Probably protected by "satire" but ya know... It's just funny hope the world enjoys the laugh