‘Bodies Revealed … the Exhibition’ Debuts at Samsung’s Everland Theme Park in Seoul, South Korea

ATLANTA, March 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Premier Exhibitions Inc. (BULLETIN BOARD: PXHB) announced this week’s opening of “Bodies Revealed … the Exhibition” at Samsung’s Everland Theme Park in Seoul, South Korea.

Lee Byong-Soo, curator of the exhibition, said that “Children will especially benefit from the first floor of the exhibition where they can make their way through models and recreations of the heart, lungs, ears, nose and eyes of the human anatomy.”

The second floor is where real human bodies and actual organs are exhibited, enabling visitors to see how their body is constructed.

All of the bodies and organ specimens in “Bodies Revealed … the Exhibition” came from individuals who chose to donate their bodies to medical science for the purpose of study and education. These specimens were then preserved using a process called polymer preservation. The end result is a specimen that can be easily examined without any chance of deterioration due to natural decay. Nearly 20 million people throughout Asia and Europe have already visited similar exhibitions.

According to Dr. Roy Glover, Professor Emeritus of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Michigan, and the Chief Medical Director and spokesman for “Bodies Revealed … the Exhibition,” “Seeing promotes understanding and understanding promotes the most practical kind of body education possible.”

Arnie Geller, President of Premier Exhibitions, Inc. said, “We are delighted to be at Everland, a venue that is visited by over eight million patrons annually and we look forward to another successful collaboration with CT Entertainment of South Korea.”

Premier Exhibitions, Inc. is a major provider of museum-quality touring exhibitions throughout the world.

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