Leave It To South Korea To Make A Park Full of Giant Penises In Honor Of A Virgin Girl That Died Too Soon

South Korea is apparently home to Penis Park, or ??? ?? for all of our Korean speaking readers, and I have a million questions.

First off, is South Korea really the place to flaunt penis culture? They actually rank third in the world for the smallest penis size.


Tiny dicks aside, the reason behind the park being erected is so far fetched that South Korea is the only place in the world I’d accept such a wild theory to derive from. It goes a little something like this:

According to the “Legend of Auebawi and Haesindang”, a woman was once left by her man on a rock in the sea while he worked on his ship, the man was later unable to retrieve her because of a storm, and the woman drowned. After that, the village people were not able to catch fish.

Some said that it was because of the dead woman. One day a fisherman peed into the water and afterwards he was able to catch fish, so it was thought that exposing the deceased virgin to male genitalia pleased her. To soothe her spirit further, the local village people made several phallic wooden carvings and held religious ceremonies on her behalf. After a while, the fish slowly returned and the villagers were able to live comfortably again.

So of course the natural response is to build a park full of dicks to give this girl the greatest post-mortem pleasure any ghost has ever felt. And while that is happening, the park of 50+ penis’ stands firm for tourists to browse around until they find one they like to take NSFW pictures of…


And demonstrate to your kids how they were made…


Show Mom this isn’t your first rodeo…


Try not to notice how let down your wife is…


Try not to show how let down YOU are…


And last but not least, learn some things about Grandma you could’ve gone without.


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