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Multiroom is a type of business found South Korea.[1] People rent multirooms as a place were they can do many things. They sing, watch movies, play Nintendo Wii games and similar activities using the electronics in these rooms. Multirooms usually cost between 10,000-15,000 won per hour to rent. Each room has food and drinks. The food often include pretzels, toast, ice cream and cereal. The drinks include coffee, soda and tea. People can bring their own food. Multirooms are popular with teenagers in Korea. This is because of the low prices and range of activities. Multirooms are used by teenagers and adults.

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  1. S Kwaak, Jeyup (19 July 2011). "Evolution of Korean 'bang' culture". Retrieved 2015-10-15.