Named VR Plus Show Room, the cafe will open on July 22. It will be fitted with 102 desktops, four Oculus Rifts, and four HTC Vibes.
A private firm called VR Plus will run the cafe, and is expected to offer a range of virtual reality content free of charge for an unspecified period of time.
“I hope the first VR cafe will become a venue where users and virtual reality content firms can network and exchange information with each other,” Kim Jae-cheol of VR Plus said.
In recent times, virtual reality entertainment venues have been gaining increasing popularity in China, Taiwan as well as Australia.
By Kim Young-won (email@example.com)