Jeju Loveland is an outdoor erotic sculpture park on Jeju Island. Jeju Island was already a popular destination for honeymooners, being the southernmost and therefore the warmest region in South Korea even before this park was built. The park is focused on a theme of sex and featuring 140 sculptures representing humans in various sexual positions.
The entire park is designed around a lake than contains a statue of two pairs of upside-down legs entangled around each other. Loveland started way back in 2002, when 20 artists, graduates of Hongik University in Seoul, started creating what would form to be Korea’s only sexual theme park. It has elements such as large phallus statues and hands-on exhibits such as a “masturbation-cycle.” Sensual sculptures adorn the borders of the lake, ranging from two fully-dressed lovers who are leaning over and kissing discreetly, to a collection of descriptive sexual positions seemingly based from cultures around the world.
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