Korea Breaks The World Record For Tallest LEGO Tower [Video]

Korea Breaks The World Record For Tallest LEGO Tower [Video]
Design

A team of children help construct a record-breaking building made with toy bricks.

Yi Chen
  • 18 may 2012

LEGO Korea celebrated the toy company’s 80th birthday by constructing a record-breaking tower in Seoul. The tall architecture was built entirely of the toy bricks and the five-day event was televised live. 50,000 bricks were used to create a LEGO building standing at 31.9 meters (105 feet). China Daily reports that the event attracted over 30,000 visitors and about 4,000 children helped out.

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