Inviting visitors to explore Danish Imagination

Along with the theme of Yeosu Expo, “the Living Ocean and Coast,” Denmark Pavilion introduces how thinking differently and using alternative energy lead sustainable and competitive society.

Having “Imagination Space,” Denmark Pavilion wants to show there is no limit on imagination. Denmark regards creativity and innovations as key preconditions for solving present and future challenges in a sustainable manner. When it comes to creativity, Denmark Pavilion sets a Lego space where children can play with Lego with no time limit. Do you know that every person has 75 Lego blocks on average and children in the world spend 500,000,000 hours per year on average?

<Lego section in Denmark Pavilion – according to staff, some children spend almost an hour to play with Lego>

Also, children can learn the significance of winds by blowing some interactive wind turbines at Denmark Pavilion. They want to visitors to gain knowledge about wind as the future’s clean and independent energy source. Denmark has in many years been a pioneer in the field of innovative wind solution.

<Danish guy, Asger working for Denmark Pavilion shows how to blow the turbine.>

Denmark Pavilion invites children and parents to “Children’s Weekend” with this specialty.

Date: July 17 – 29

Note) the following daily schedule can be altered depending on unpredictable conditions. Also, the events are going to be operated based on the rule of “first comers first served.”

Another fantastic event by Denmark Pavilion – “Hair Fashion Demonstration”

Get a fashionable new hair style by Danish hair designer, Morten Lynge who is well known for creativity, professionalism, and a progressive approach to hair fashion.

The Denmark Pavilion is proud to present this opportunity to guests since hair fashion plays a central role in the design and fashion culture in Denmark.

If you are interested in being one of the lucky ones to get a hair make-over by Morten Lynge, please sign up at the Denmark Pavilion entrance – candidates are chosen on a first-come, first-served basis.

Date: July 21 and 22

Hour: 10:00 – 16:50

Venue: in front of the Denmark Pavilion

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