Fact Check: Viral Clip Showing Innovative LED Wall/Ceiling Displays Is NOT From China, But South Korea


A video displaying an impressive roof with LED displays is widely shared on social media, claiming that it depicts a mall located in China.

The video is shared on Facebook with a caption: “A Mall in China, people visit there to see the roof”. 

Here’s the link to the above post


NewsMobile fact-checked the above claim, and found it to be FALSE. 

Running the video keyframes through Reverse Image Search, the NM team found a post on Welele.es that featured an identical video. According to this post, the location is identified as the Mohegan Inspire Entertainment Resort in South Korea.

With relevant keywords, we traced the official website and YouTube channel of the Mohegan Inspire Entertainment Resort, featuring contents similar to the viral clip. The location depicted in the viral video is a section within the Mohegan Inspire Entertainment Resort called Aurora Entertainment Street. According to the resort’s website, this area is adorned with a 150m LED display that covers the high ceilings and walls, presenting captivating images.

Many users on YouTube and Google Photos have shared videos of Aurora Entertainment Street, providing a glimpse of the visuals similar to those observed in the viral video.

Thus, it is confirmed that the viral video is from South Korea, NOT China. 

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