A South Korean park full of penis statues is proof the doubtful traveller hotspot of this year’s Winter Olympics.
Seeing a golden luge competence be impressive, but it is apparently not as considerable as seeing a fifty foot prolonged golden schlong.
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Haeshindang Park is only an hour divided from the Pyeongchang Olympics and droves of athletes, workers, media and visitors are making the trip.
There are sculptured penises out of wood, mill and plastic all over the park which was founded to honour an ancient internal flood legend.
Keith Childs, a Londoner operative at the Pyeongchang Olympics, pronounced at the park: ‘I’ve been all over the universe and I’ve never seen anything like this.’
As South Korean fable has it, a fisherman’s wife was left on a stone and drowned. She died a virgin, which then meant no fish could be held by villagers, until the fisherman ejaculated into the water, which brought the fish back.
South Korea has one of the lowest birth rates in the industrialised universe and couples mostly revisit the park for fitness when trying for a baby.
As good as statues in the park’s grounds there are also penis totem poles, penis benches, a cannon and penis breeze chimes.
Some of the penis statues have faces on them but others are accurate depictions of the human penis.
There is also a precipice top within the park which has a Chinese zodiac of sculptures in an arch with any animal forged inside of life-size penises.
As good as the a phallic photo-opportunities the park also has implausible views of the pier city of Sinnam.