The park is very nice and well maintained with multiple phallic statues all around made of various Truth be told, shrines to the penis is "not my thing" but was talked into visiting this park since Profile JOIN. Log in to get trip updates and message other travelers.
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Because this is the park of the wieners! Big and small, thick and thin, long and short. Here you can see them all! How do you get there and is it really a bizarre place? Walk along through the penis park that started with a tragic legend…. This is not noticeable in this park! For more info, see the World map of the Penis Size. No, it all started with a Penis Sculpture Festival. That is now a thing of the past. So, what are we going to do with the big giant phallic statues?
Forty minutes south of Samcheok City is the Haeshindang Park — the Penis Park — where dozens of sculpted phalluses stand erect in defiance of an old folk curse. The collection ranges from hanging arrangements to three-meter-tall trunks of wood, sculpted by Korean artists to showcase anything from joy, spirituality, to sexuality. The small Folk Museum attached showcases penis-related art throughout the ages, as well as the history of the small fishing community. The Penis Park is tragic in origin.
Haesindang Park, commonly known to outsiders as Penis Park, welcomes some 12, visitors every year with 60 percent of them women to the tiny volcanic island of Jeju. Located in the rough waters of the Korean Strait, just off the southern tip of South Korea, the park sits on the eastern edge of the island in the small town of Sinnam in Samcheok. Haesindang Park is home to almost erect phallic statues - allegedly built to keep the ghost of a virgin bride happy.