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Love Land

Tuesday, 14th August 2007 by

This is South Korea’s infamous Jeju Loveland, an outdoor sculpture park on Cheju Island, which is based entirely around the theme of sex. The park’s website describes it as “a place where sexually-oriented art and eroticism meet”. Which means that what you can see in our thumbnail is exactly what you think it is. There’s 140 sculptures here mostly representing couples in various sexual encounters, although only one or two…

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