Crowds of Olympic visitors have been flocking to South Korea's Haesindang Park, also known as "Penis Park"
The park, located about an hour away from PyeongChang, features penis-shaped sculptures, benches, and even wind chimes.
The park is a 'monument to fertility' and tells a legend of a virgin who died in a storm, leaving the village unable to catch fish. A penis shrine satisfies the virgin's spirit.
South Korea struggles with fertility - an all-time low of 1.04 babies per woman will be born this year, according to officials.
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