It is a unique theme restaurant located in Sinchon where you can eat your meal, drink tea and enjoy games in a dark space where you can see nothing but darkness. Light-emitting belongings including cellphones and watches are taken away before entrance. In dark space without light, the visitors are able to enjoy dating including dining, board games and ping-pong, using all senses except for seeing. By experiencing darkness relying on the sense of hearing and touch, the visitors are able to have affection, become more familiar, having deep conversations. It will be a unique experience with dampened relationship, new lovers, fighting lovers, and those who are tired of their daily life.
To tourists, Noontaengi-Gamtaengi is known to be a romantic spot. In South Korea’s long running variety program MBC <Infinite Challenge>, it was selected as a romantic spot making South Korea a place to visit again in ‘Mudo Tour’ epidose. Park Myung Soo and Jeong Hyung Don set out on a romantic date, feeding each other and arguing where they could not see anything, making the viewers laugh. Actress Yoo In-Na called the place ‘romantic café in imagination’.