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‘Study Cube’ A Hit With Korean Parents

A tiny study room about the size of a large portable toilet is becoming a sought after piece of furniture among Korean parents who wish to help their children stay focused while hitting the books.

Last year, South Korea’s environment-friendly furniture manufacturer Emok unveiled the Study Cube, a wooden box just big enough to seat one person in front of a built-in desk. The box comes with a bookshelf, whiteboard, LED light, outlet and ventilation grill. There’s even a massage bar under the desk that also serves as a footrest.

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“Students can avoid distractions of staying at libraries with the Study Cube,” Emok CEO Choi Ki-ju said. “It will also help them focus on their studies more.”

The Study Cube retails for about $2,200.

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BoxA handy cubbyhole above the adjustable LED light.

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That’s bright.

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I can’t remember anything / Can’t tell if this is true or dream / Deep down inside I feel to scream / This terrible silence stops me

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Footrest that doubles as a massager.

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“So, Chul-soo, what do you think of your new room?”

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“I should buy a boat.”

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