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Multiroom is a type of business found in Korea.[1] is Customers rent multirooms, where they sing, watch movies, play Nintendo or Wii games, and engage in similar activities using the electronics provided there. Multirooms usually cost between 10,000-15,000 won per hour to rent. Each room usually comes with unlimited snack and beverage refills. The snacks often include pretzels, toast, ice cream, and cereal and the beverages include coffee, soda, and tea. Customers are also allowed to bring their own snacks. It is a trend in Korea for teenagers to go to multibangs or multirooms. This is because of the relatively low prices and range of activities. Multirooms cost less than noraebang, theaters, or game rooms individually. Multirooms are patronized by teenagers and adults.

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