Family's can leave the kids at the park's drop-off area. And there are automated mechanical parts to make it move, to emulate such a scene… Inside the sex museum in the park. South Korea like many nations transitioned from a very traditional, conservative idea about sex as having a utilitarian purpose to a more liberal attitude of sex existing for pleasure as well as procreation. Li said that while disapproval of sex stemmed from religion in the west, in China it was largely rooted in a traditional focus on the family instead of individual enjoyment — leading people to deplore premarital and extramarital sex. The popular Love Land in Jeju Island, South Korea, has works of erotic art, spawning a copycat park in China by the same name — which was shut down by authorities before it ever opened. However, investigative research revealed that one of the foreigners is believed to be called Leonardo, suggesting he isn't even English.
Though, I later read that South Korean culture is still very conservative, and this park is quite an anomaly.
Jeju Loveland, South Korean Sex Theme Park, Really Is For Those 18+ (NSFW PHOTOS)
The Sun May 4, 7: Before we left we stopped by the snack shop outside the museum where you could buy tea and sweets in the shape of a penis or breast shaped cookies. If the belief that "sex sells" holds any truth, then Jeju Loveland should have no problem selling tickets. If not—allow me to enlighten you. The park is a minutes drive from Jeju International Airport and an entire walking tour takes less than an hour to complete. Family's can leave the kids at the park's drop-off area. I mean especially when you consider how hyper-sexualized Korean pop culture is.