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South Korea’s Blue House
shared a photo of the six puppies.

Blue House

A dog given to South Korea by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un to
promote peace has given birth to six puppies.

Two white Pungsan dogs were presented to South Korean President
Moon Jae-in in September as a peace offering from North Korea, to
symbolize the two nations’ warming relations.

Now Gomi, the female dog, has given birth to three female
and three male puppies, Jae-in’s
office wrote on Twitter
. Both the president and first lady
were taking care of the dogs, the tweet said.


South Korea puppies Moon Jae-in
The
office of South Korean President Moon Jae-in shared a photo of
him and the first lady with their dog Gomi and her new
puppies.

Blue
House


The images were originally shared by The Blue House, the
official presidential residence.


South Korean puppies
The
Blue House, the residence of the South Korean head of state,
shared pictures of the puppies.

Blue
House


The Blue House also shared a video with Jae-in with one of the
dogs and a puppy.

South Korea described
Gomi and the other dog, Songgang, as a “symbol of peace” when
they arrived in September.

To get there, they had to undergo a quarantine and pass
through the heavily fortified demilitarized zone (DMZ) and the
truce village of Panmunjom.


North Korea gifts dog to South Korea
North
Korea gifted two Pungsan dogs to South Korea.

The Blue House

The breed is designated as a North Korean “natural
monument” animal,
Reuters reported. 

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