Prison where people enter voluntarily

Since 2013, "Prison in Me" has been visited by more than 2,000 people who want to escape from the compressed routines in South Korea.

Some Koreans are using this improvised prison to stay in complete serenity, which is considered to bring "inner freedom." 
Since 2013, "Prison in Me" has been visited by more than 2,000 people who want to escape from the compressed routines in South Korea.

Some Koreans are using this improvised prison to stay in complete serenity, which is considered to bring "inner freedom."

All those who want to volunteer this center and obey the harsh rules must pay 80 euros for 24 hours.

Since its inception, the center has been given the opportunity to calm down students and stress-exerted employees in this country.

Within the walls of the 'prison' any external communication is forbidden, meaning that they do not have any communication devices, nor do they have clocks or mirrors.

In the 28-room centers of five square meters, they stand in complete serenity, but they also have the panic button, if they can not withstand anymore.













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