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Sunday, 5 January 2014

Korea's NSFW, Part II: Asia Eros Museum, Seoul Jongno-gu

Are you going to Eros Museum by wearing your school uniforms?
That's absolutely NAY.
The Asia Eros Museum deals in the sex culture of Korea and other Asian countries. Erotic culture in Asia has been carefully concealed due to traditionally conservative attitudes and social stigmas, but now climbs the fence. Located in the white three-story building across from the Korean Folk Museum at Gyeongbokgung Palace (Specific Location: 3-8 Samcheong Avenue 2nd Street/Samcheongno 2-gil, Sogyeok-dong 17-1 beonji, Seoul Jongno-gu), the exhibit features paintings, carvings, and decorative items from several Asian countries -- 300 pieces ranging from the stone age to recent times. 

It claims to be the country's first sex museum and features erotic art from paintings, photographs and carvings, dating back through the centuries. Some of the items are shamanistic sexual symbols. Other erotic images are displayed on everyday items such as plates, mirrors and coins. Items from Tibet and Japan are also on display.

The museum's display not only relates sex as an object of curiosity and fulfillment, but gives valuable insight into the religious and philosophical views of each culture as well. The museum opens at 10 AM each morning, and those under 18 must be accompanied by their parents. Admission fee is 10,000 won, which includes a cup of tea. 

Dildos and Shunga Arts in Asia Eros Museum. Maybe girls have difficulties to pop the cherry. Ouch.