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Prison Break: Overworked Koreans pay to get locked up in fake prisons

In South Korea, some people pay to be locked up in special mock prisons to escape their overly demanding work or academic lives. In one of the most overworked countries, with a high rate of suicides, some Koreans say this “fake prison” gives them the freedom they no longer have. At the price of $90 per day, they pay to sleep on the floor in solitary confinement, with no contact with the outside world. For many, it’s a chance to get away from it all.

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