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Forty minutes south of Samcheok City is the Haeshindang Park — the Penis Park — where dozens of sculpted phalluses stand erect in defiance of an old folk curse. The collection ranges from hanging arrangements to three-meter-tall trunks of wood, sculpted by Korean artists to showcase anything from joy, spirituality, to sexuality. The small Folk Museum attached showcases penis-related art throughout the ages, as well as the history of the small fishing community. The Penis Park is tragic in origin.
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The park is noted for its number of phallic statues. The collection created by Korean artists is on display in the form of "hanging arrangements to three-meter tall trunks of wood", for joy, spirituality and sexuality. A small Folk Museum titled "Village Folk Museum" has exhibits of art objects on the "sex iconography" over ages in different cultures, shamanic rituals and also the history of the Korean fishing community. A tragic legend known as the "Legend of Auebawi and Haesindang"  shrouds the statues of the park. According to the legend, a woman was once left by her man on a rock in the sea while he worked. 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 urinated into the water and afterward, he was able to catch fish, so it was thought that exposing the deceased virgin to male genitalia pleased her.