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For South Koreans seeking an escape from the everyday grind, a 24-hour lock-up at a fake prison gives them “a sense of freedom.” It’s an unconventional means of escape, but the participants here are paying $90 a night to stay in a South Korean prison.Choi Won Suk, The Korea Times
Tucked away in the northeast corner of the country, the “Prison Inside Me” facility hosts stressed out workers and students who are willing to spend 24 hours in solitary confinement.
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