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Legoland accused of breaking vow to preserve prehistoric artifacts
Legoland is being accused by local civic groups of breaking its vow to preserve ancient ruins discovered at the park’s construction site.
Consequently, the local civic groups are filing a police report against the Cultural Heritage Administration (CHA) for the delinquency of its duties.
Legoland, a Lego-themed amusement park on Jungdo Island in the lake city of Chuncheon, was able to carry on with its construction after the CHA gave the authorization to do so in exchange for building a park and museum around the prehistoric ruins for preservation.
The ancient artifacts, on the other hand, have supposedly been housed in a vinyl greenhouse for the past five to eight years due to a lack of money from Legoland's developer.
Nonetheless, the CHA stated that because the ruins are under the control of the local government, delays in their restoration will not prevent Legoland from opening next month.
The world's largest Legoland, a project of the Merlin Entertainment Group of the United Kingdom, is set to open on May 5, International Children's Day.