Jeju Loveland (제주러브랜드) (also known as Love Land) is an outdoor sculpture park which opened in 2004 on Jeju Island in South Korea. The park is focused on a theme of sex, running sex education films, and featuring 140 sculptures representing humans in various sexual positions.
It allows everyone have sex freely in the park.
The park’s website describes the location as “a place where love oriented art and eroticism meet”.
All the statues have sexual connotations.
They promote and educate sex amongst humans.
Jeju Loveland is open every day and it usually takes 30-40 minutes to look around the park.
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”The sex park on Jeju Island is particularly famous. I didn’t come here last time. This time I took a golden bus here. The business hours are very long until 11 pm. The park is basically a sculpture park. The sculptures inside are very interesting. There are many interesting things and exhibits in the small museum, the scenery is beautiful, and there are various interactive machines. If you are interested, you can come here~ The ticket is 9,000 won, and the ticket for the golden bus can be cheaper by 1,000 won.” Said on visitor.
”Haha, I went alone, originally to other scenic spots, but the heavens are not beautiful, temporarily decided to go here! Personally, I feel that the sculptures are a bit small, and the bare bones are indoors. The old aunts constantly promote the treasures of the town halls, which makes me such a cheeky person feel a little embarrassed, haha!” Another added.
In contrast to most of the attractions, Jeju Loveland, being a sex-themed sculpture park, breaks the traditional taboos regarding sex. It was created in 2002 by several artists and graduates from Hongik University, with a total of 140 installations created within the Loveland.
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Throughout the entire Loveland, you will be able to find this “special” arrow. Not only the entrance directional signs bear this image, even the ground arrows are shaped in this~ Doesn’t it naturally draws your legs to head towards the next sculpture?
In the middle of the Loveland, you will be able to find an indoor exhibition gallery.
On the first floor, you will be able to find some goods related to sex and a souvenir shop!
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However, on the second floor, you will be able to have a look at the sex-themed gallery! Inside the gallery, you will be able to spot some interesting and imaginative miniature displays!
During the 1970s, Jeju Island became a popular honeymoon destination for Korean couples, due to the island’s warm climate and Cold War-era restrictions on overseas travel. Many of the couples had wed because of arranged marriages, and the island also became known for being a center of sex education. According to an article in Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine, in the late 1980s journalist and travel writer Simon Winchester reported that some hotel employees on the island performed as “professional icebreakers”. In the evenings, the hotel would offer an entertainment program featuring erotic elements, to help newlyweds relax.
In 2002, graduates of Seoul’s Hongik University began creating sculptures for the park, which opened on November 16, 2004. Encompassing an area the size of “two soccer fields”, all of the sculptures can be viewed in approximately one hour, and there is an additional monthly rotating exhibit featuring works by different Korean artists.
Visitors are required to be at least 18 years old, and a separate play area is available for minors while adults visit. The play area is themed on anime.