But whilst many have noted how3D technologies like Oculus Rift could give a boost to virtual reality thanks to “hot” platform as Utherverse or Second Life itself, not everyone knows that is already open for years in Korea a theme park dedicated to love in all its forms, not only the most romantic, with statues and artistic representations rather libertine.
Libertine art park in Korea
A park, Jeju Loveland, for whose building work started in 2002 and which is open from November 16, 2004, which displays 140 works of art (some of which you see in this article through the images seen on Pinterest) allowing, as official description, “where the imagination can run wild”.
Because even in this field the reality for the moment continues to fly the virtuality, Daily Mail notes that Taiwan wants to imitate Seoul and is preparing to open its own theme park, which will be called Romantic Boulevard and that unlike the Jeju Loveland besides heart-shaped arches, a glass church, and an outdoor garden, decorated with erotic sculptures of people and animals in various “loving positions“, will have a picnic area for wedding photos.
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