It's funny in Korea they are called dipangs or discopangpangs and are just randomly in basements in towns and cities as an attraction on their own. I've seen a few of them and little 4D simulators that take up a shop of their own. I had no idea there was one even in my little town. They normally are set to music accompanied by a DJ, disco lights, strobe lights and a spot light that will highlight the top part of the ride. The ride stops there on a person and they are interviewed and quizzed and get bounced out of their seat for getting questions wrong (or right, no-one likes a no-it-all.) They always seemed shocked to see a foreigner show up so I get spotlighted often.
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