Jeju is the number one honeymoon destination for Koreans. Visit Loveland, the sex theme park where virgin couples on honeymoon gets shown the ropes! Jeju island is also home to many UNESCO world heritage sites.
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It’s a little different over on the South Korean island of Jeju. Here, the premier attraction, Jeju Loveland, is dedicated to erotic sculptures and ‘sexually oriented art’ that is barely NSFW, let alone family friendly.
Now in its 13th year, having opened to the public in 2004, Jeju Loveland is something of an anomaly in the conservative landscape of South Korea.
Sex there is taboo, with the views of the older generation at odds with the modern thinking of the younger population.
Sexual education exists but is limited, the production of pornography is illegal and while homosexuality is not outlawed, the first gay marriage was declared not legally binding.
Jeju: possibly the kinkiest place on earth
After entering the park through a giant pair of open legs, visitors are free to explore over 140 erotic statues and installations dotted outside and within the exhibition halls, which are made to resemble traditional Korean domes.
Some of the sculptures are as saucy as you might expect: a walkway of masked couples that is distinctly 50 Shades; women depicted in physics-defying positions and a small diorama of a man covertly peeking at three women on the loo.