>  Trip 2013   >  

From the interpretive panel at the Korean National Children and Folk Museum:

Phallicism handed down in Korea, venerates natural stones or geographical features shaped like female-male sexual organs as objects of praying for the birth of a male baby, the protection of villages, productiveness, and complementary measures against geomantic problems.

Note that the above was installed in the grounds of a children’s museum.

post a comment