Jeju Loveland, also known as Love Land, is a sculpture park in South Korea on Jeju Island. The park opened in 2004 and features 140 sculptures of people in different sex positions and running sex-ed videos. The park's website says that Love Land is "a place where love oriented art and eroticism meet". It takes approximately an hour to see all the wild sights at Love Land. Visitors must be at least 18 years old to view the sculptures, but there is a separate play area to drop your kids off while you view the sculptures.
We're kind of in the middle of a South Korean cultural renaissance. To be fair, South Korea has been producing quality art and entertainment for decades; it's just that we're finally getting a peak into their treasure trove of talented artists and performers. One of the largest slices of the South Korean entertainment pie is… READ THE REST
Squid Game can't stop breaking records and making history. Since the show's debut on Netflix last year, Squid Game has been the focal point of several relevant conversations about modern media. One of the main discussions Squid Game inspired is the representation of Asian people in entertainment. Although the tide on Asian representation was beginning to turn prior to Squid Game with… READ THE REST
I love the duality of North and South Korea. The two countries almost feel like the real-life version of the Animaniacs' "good idea, bad idea" segments. However, instead of silly gags, it's about the differences between tyranny and representative democracy. No one can deny that South Korea is having a cultural moment right now. Between Parasite winning the… READ THE REST
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We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Tablets sit in an interesting segment. Larger than a smartphone but more portable than a laptop, they offer plenty of power for day-to-day tasks without consuming too much bag room. So if… READ THE REST
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