Korea holds an annual challenge where participants compete to space out by sitting in a field and stare straight ahead.
Since 2014, South Korea holds its Space Out challenge, where people gather together without technology in a park.
This contest is held to see who can stare off into space for the longest amount of time, in order to mitigate stress that individuals face from work and social lives.
To ensure that the contestants are in a state of relaxation and have a steady heart rate, their heart rates are checked every 15 minutes. To achieve that, they are banned from laughing, and sleeping, allowing them to drift into space.