Park of poops in South Korea
Koreans are really different, and very different from us. The fact that with some we can communicate in one language does not mean absolutely nothing. In Korea, other taste preferences, other ethical standards, and certainly absolutely - a different attitude to the toilets.
A warning. If for some reason you are confused by the images of human excrement (unreal), the toilet theme, and everything connected with it - please do not read any further.
Here they are especially sensitive to big and small needs, so you will meet toilets at every step, they will be clean and comfortable, and certainly no one will ever think of taking money from you for visiting this institution. Why, by the way, Koreans abroad feel uncomfortable, they just do not understand how the toilet can be paid.
In the suburbs of Seoul, a park dedicated to toilet culture was built. Be sure, here you will learn to properly crap!
Koreans believe that the natural need is natural and that there is nothing to be ashamed of.Instead of “how are you doing?” They often ask “how did you eat today?”, And they may even ask if everything is fine with the chair. For them, this is normal. That is why the appearance of such a park is nothing special for Koreans, but very funny for Europeans.
In this open-air museum, you can learn all about the bowel movement and the history of toilets. Sculptural compositions will show in what positions it is most convenient to do this.
Sometimes even too detailed!
A visual image of how toilets from different peoples and cultures look like.
Be sure, in the Korean fairy tales pritsy poop! The local Eugene Onegin read Tatiana's letter, sitting in an eagle position. And Anna Karenina, write about her book a Korean writer, would definitely go “on the track”. In order not to crap in front of the train at the last moment.
They bring children's excursions here. Seriously! First graders and kindergarteners visit the park in Suwon for general education!
What a pity I don’t understand Korean! The tutor told them something, each exhibit stopped the group and explained ...
In one place even the queue accumulated.
Came up, looked, and there ...
And this is not all.For some reason, the author of the sculpture has placed a number of pigs ... In the meantime, the Koreans have caught everything. Surely there is an explanation, the children did not laugh, but listened attentively to their teacher.
Do not want to play the interactive quest “Guess which animal has popped?”
I do not even know how to comment on this ...
Photo point. Take a selfie as you shit! Send mom!
If someone from the little visitors of the park wants to put a larva - there is a special children's toilet.
In the center of the park there is a large glass building built in the shape of a… toilet bowl! It is rumored that the house was built by the former mayor of Suwon, as his residence. He was some incredible fan of public latrines, built comfortable restrooms on every street, for which he was nicknamed Mr. Toilet. Fortunately, the mayor changed, and they decided to redo the building ... into the museum of toilets. Well, hour by hour is no better!
Here we learn that there is a World Toilet Association, which includes Russia. On the far stand are pictograms of toilets in different countries.
What the toilets look like in poor African countries. BTA members help them build new, comfortable toilets.Arrange expeditions to Africa in search of the most needy.
Competition of children's drawings on the toilet theme. As usual, on a tile.
So Mr. Toilet itself is next to his favorite high-tech toilet from Japan. Honestly, I thought that the Koreans should also have these, but I have never seen anything like it in any public institution. They were the most ordinary.