The park makes visitors blush

From the gate of Loveland Park, visitors will see statues of carving the sensitive area or the sexy position.

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 Loveland Park
In the 70s, Jeju Island became a popular honeymoon spot for Korean couples, due to limited travel abroad. In addition to the beautiful scenery or warm climate, the island is also a sex education center, arranged by many parent's couples.

According to German magazine Der Spiegel, in the late 1980s travel writer, Simon Winchester wrote that some hotel staff on the island organized sex shows with provocative elements at night, helping newlywed couples relaxing in the honeymoon night. From there, the idea of a sex education park on the island came into being.
 Loveland Park
In 2002, Seoul Hongik University students began creating sculptures for Loveland Park. This place is open after two years with about 140 works.
 Loveland Park
The website introduces the park as "a space that breaks all traditional rules" or "where imagination can become wild".
 Loveland Park
Loveland is about the size of about 2 football fields, with outdoor and indoor galleries. Not only do the images make visitors blush, the park also creates special sound effects in some areas.
 Loveland Park
Visitors can also pose with the sculptures in the park.
 Loveland Park
Every detail in the park is in the theme of love, with topless statues appearing everywhere.
 Loveland Park
The park only welcomes people from 18 years old, children have a private playground while waiting for adults to visit. Admission fee is 12,000 won (approximately 230,000 VND). Pick up from 9 am - 11 pm, visitors usually spend about 40 minutes to visit.
 Loveland Park
To get to the park, you can take a taxi or bus routes 240, 465 or 466 to the nearest stop at Jeju Art Museum. Close to Loveland is a mysterious street, where cars that shutdown can still climb up the slope.

The park makes visitors blush The park makes visitors blush Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on October 11, 2019 Rating: 5

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