A Korean television network recently devised a restaurant promotion that prevents single people from dining alone. For those who are not in a relationship, eating out can sometimes be a lonely affair. This promotion helps single patrons dine with other un-coupled individuals.
The quirky restaurant promotion was developed for a humorous hidden camera show. The television network selected random single individuals and offered them a free meal at a local restaurant. Once the guests arrived, they were presented with the opportunity to dine with other single patrons. The idea behind the promotion was to help patrons meet new people and prevent them from dining alone.
While the experiment may seem unusual, the show puts a fun twist on the idea of conventional matchmaking services.
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This Cafe Prevents Single People from Dining Alone
- By: Katherine PendrillSep 29, 2015