To begin with, karaoke singers are usually entertainers in their own right. Indeed, karaoke jockeys get requests from the audience to sing on stage. On the whole, this is how things work. However, there are those people who like to sing but are a little too shy to perform in public. With this in mind, bring on Choi Kara – karaoke kiosks for shy singers.
Also, some people find it difficult to go to the pub or club to sing and need another outlet. In short, with Choi Kara everyone can sing their favourite songs in a purpose made kiosk. Of course, not everyone has karaoke facilities at home either. So, how do these people participate in the karaoke craze? In short, Choi Kara. We take our hats off to the Japanese for coming up with a great idea too. After all, it was the Japanese who invented karaoke!
The kiosks have been around since 2013 but have recently had a lot of publicity on the internet. The units have the name ‘Choi Kara’, which in short translates to ‘A Little Karaoke’. Of course, they are sound proof so you can blast out your favourite karaoke song as loud as you like. The kiosks can accommodate three singers at a push but two karaoke singers will easily fit in. If you would like to visit the website for enquiries you can do so here.
The future of Choi Kara
Indeed, Choi Kara is popular in some countries. But whether or not these karaoke booths become popular in the rest of the world is debatable. They would certainly fit in easily at the amusement arcades and fairgrounds. Of course, some people will find Choi Kara kiosks strange. But like everything else, we may soon see them as everyday items one day.
On the whole, Choi Kara can be a revelation for the shy singer who have no karaoke player at home. Indeed, we may even see superstars of the future develop their talents in these telephone-box-like kiosks. Anything that helps people come out of their shell when it comes to karaoke is welcome at The Shack.