The Bible Expo is at 1092 Songdo-dong, in the Metropolitan City of Incheon, district of Yeonsu-gu, South Korea.
These photographs are from September 2, 2010, just one day after the Typhoon Kompasu so naturally they show more than what is left now. There are many bits still left though and several thing have been moved around (like Jesus on his cross). Many have spoken about how it needs to be removed due to no one fixing it but according to ticket.interpark.com The Bible International will let it be known when the site can be re-opened.
The Bible Expo cost over 20 million USD (25 billion South Korean Won) to make with a production team of over 100,000 people. The site was slated as the first and largest Bible Expo in the world. The site used over 2 million light bulbs, thousands of beer bottles (for Noah’s Ark), 10,000 dinner plates (see pic 5) and lots of support beams, plaster, fabric and so much more. The Bible Expo of Songdo showed the Garden of Eden (Adam, Eve, Cain and Abel), Daniel and the Lion’s Den, the Tower of Babel, Noah’s Ark, Samson, David and Goliath, Moses and the Egyptians, Joseph, the birth of Jesus, the life of Jesus, the death of Jesus and a lot more.
The Bible Expo was only active for 5 days before Typhoon Kompasu caused serious damage to the area and it has never re-opened.
Where are the abandoned remnants of the Bible Land Expo of Songdo Central Park located? You can find it with these coordinates. 37.394428,126.638046 No, satellite photo as G Maps shows nothing as view is too far away.