South Korea has the perfect answer to all those lonely solo lunches (WATCH)
In South Korea, you don't need Tinder to hook up, you just need to go to a restaurant. Alone. At least, that's how things work at the "Restaurant for Singles."
You enter the doors of the restaurant, and the server asks if you are single.
Already we'd be like, "Um... that's my business, thanks very much," wondering if he's trying to set you up or whether he pities you because you'll be eating all alone.
And then when your meal comes, a little message pops up on a screen, asking you one question.
Depending on your answer, you could be in for quite a surprise.
Things escalate quickly from there.
Er, what did that chef just say?
Unfortunately it's not love at first sight for everyone...
So, how do you measure the success of the date?
By exchanging numbers?
Nice try, though, sir.
No, with a selfie, of course.
This concept is pretty crazy, but the video is bound to make you smile. To find out exactly what happens in this Korean singles restaurant, watch the video below.
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