Some parts of this aren't all that surprising. The location is where North Korea conducted its last two tests--one in 2006 and one in 2009--and its right next to a known nuclear test facility. What is surprising, and a little funny, is some of the user-generated data associated with the site. Without an official North Korean name to plug in to the maps, Google users in the country (like someone who wanted to bring attention to nuclear activity) are open to suggest their own, and sure enough, nearby is "Nuclear Test Rd." The Post points out that the road eventually disappears, presumably going underground near the test facility.