The only jail you might want to go to

 Seems stressed out people in South Korea are paying to get away from it all … in a fake jail. It’s called “Prison Inside Me” and people pay about $90 to be locked in solitary confinement for 24 hours. The “jail mates” wear matching uniforms, sleep on the floor in bare 54-square-foot cells, get minimal meals fed through a slot in their “cell” doors and are forbidden from speaking to each other. Phones and clocks are prohibited. They do get a yoga mat, tea set, pen and notebook. Apparently more than 2,000 people – mostly stressed out workers and students -- have stayed at the “prison” since it opened in 2013. (Travel and Leisure)

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