Brick Korea Convention 2017 is well underway and thanks to your overseas correspondent, Brick Pilot, we are able to check out first hand some of the amazing LEGO builds and models at one of South Korea’s largest LEGO exhibitions!
The convention is essentially a gathering of who’s who in the South Korea LEGO community. You will definitely find their works very familiar as you will have most likely encountered them during your daily dosage of LEGO online surfing.
The best part of these conventions is that you will get to see these builds in person and it is also a great way to meet the builders behind these fantastic creations.
Here is a quick sampling of the builds that are on display at the exhibition:
This was built with a mixture of LEGO Technic parts and LEGO elements which results in a dragon form that is just perfect.
The Delorean holds a special place in my heart as I’m a huge Back to the Future fan!
Brick Park has taken the LEGO Disney Castle (71040) set and given it a complete make-over with internal lights and a rotating base!
Jrbrony first built Tingerbell in the lamp earlier this year and he has updated the model with the inclusion of the bust of Captain Hook just for this convention!
There were also a selection of micro builds that include the ships from Pirates of the Caribbean and a mini Springfield!
There was also a community build where attendees and visitors could help construct a sprawling LEGO Mosiac of the Seoul skyline.
It stretches 23 meters long and stands at a height of 2.3 meters which would definitely be a contender for the largest mosaic made out of LEGO bricks in South Korea!
There are still a LOT of photos and builds from the convention which you can check out in the gallery below.
Brick Korea 2017 is still on till the 24th of October so if you are in Seoul at the moment, you really should check out the convention. It is located at the Hyundai Department Store in Pangyo, 10th floor Topaz Hall.