Haesindang Park (해신당 공원), also called Penis Park, is a park located on the east coast of South Korea, in a small town called Sinnam, about 20 kilometres (12 mi) south of Samcheok in Gangwon Province. The park is noted for its number of erect 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 “sexual iconography” over ages in different cultures, shamanic rituals and also the history of the Korean fishing community
photos from the park are below.