Dating-Romance&LovelandHey how are you ? Live Life Lovingly and date for love,remember that's the only way.
I was reading Travel.ninemsn.com.au yesterday and saw this article by Monica Tan that I know you will like. 1st check out this picture and tell me what these ladies are sitting on !
If you said it looks like a phalus(a nice name for "down there")you would be right. There is a sex amusement park in Korea-yes I bet you thought they were quite conservative middle of the road but guess what,when it comes to super dating-this would really top them all.
Here's a little spice for your day !
20 graduates of Seoul's premiere university for fine arts and design, Hongik University, began creating sculptures for Loveland(and that seems to be the perfect name for it)back in 2002. And wow, what sculptures!}
And of course like any good park, Loveland has two mascots: Bulkkeuni, a walking phallus with yellow mittens and Ssaekkeuni, a vagina dressed in a big, floppy hat with a bow. Altogether, it all makes for a giggle-inducing experience. You have to learn to laugh at some things and just let it go.
But the island is also a hit with South Korea's elderly generation, who perhaps have a more comfortable been-there-done-that attitude, and can often be seen mounting elongated penises and horsing around like they're reborn teenagers. Ha, makes you want to check out Korea just to see it.
Loveland isn't on the Korean mainland, and instead can be found on Jeju Island (sometimes spelt Cheju Island) — the southernmost part of South Korea. According to Spiegel Online, this home to 600,000 inhabitants has held the title of the country's "Honeymoon Isle"(we can see why) since the end of the Korean War.
And as many of these couples had entered arranged marriages, by default Jeju also became a kind of "island of sex ed". A place for nervous couples to get to know one another — and each other's bedroom habits. So it's fitting that it was here Loveland should find its home.
Two years later, Jeju Loveland opened, showcasing in total 140 works of very not-safe-for-work art in a space about the size of two soccer fields. There are also monthly exhibitions featuring various Korean artists held in the exhibition hall, along with live models, photographic and adult-toy exhibitions and film showings.
After all, there's no better way to get over the embarrassment of your first time than with the sight of three figures locked in bizarre tantric sex positions. Even today, when more and more South Koreans are travelling abroad, Jeju remains popular with (blushing) honeymooners, and increasingly with tourists from nearby Japan.
Until the last decade, most South Koreans were unable — for both financial and political reasons — to travel abroad, making Jeju Island, with it's warmer weather, beaches and mountain scenery, a popular destination for newly married
A larger-than-life bronze woman in the throes of self-induced ecstasy, a giant green hand with one finger slipped into a protruding opening, and of course more erect phalluses than any gay porn movie set.