This Lego tower was just finished in Seoul, South Korea and it now holds the world's tallest Lego structure. It stands at 105 feet tall. Created by kids, around 4,000 of them who had won a contest to participate in the event in honor of the company's 80th birthday on May 13.
The kids worked with 50,000 plastic bricks over five days to create the pieces that formed the tower. The Crown Prince of Denmark had the honor of adding the last brick that pushed it over the previous record by just 31 centimeters. Check out the video after the jump to see the fun of the construction.
The record keeping started in London in 1988, and there have since been 30 records set and broken. So expect this tower to remain as a record holder for a while only.