The coronavirus infection (COVID-19) quickly spread around the world after the first case was confirmed in Wuhan, China, in December 2019. This infection has become a threat comparable to the "Spanish Flu" that infected about 500 million people around the world almost 100 years ago and killed tens of millions of people. COVID-19 has already claimed more than 400,000 lives worldwide (as of June 8, 2020), and the biggest recession of the postwar era is about to arrive as cities are sealed off and economic activity is shut down. Over time, the number of new infections has been slowly declining, and the situation is starting to come to an end in some countries and regions. However, as we resume economic activity in the future, our lives will be forced to take a social distance to prevent a second or third wave of infection spread. As this continues, we wanted to value-translate the social constraints of social distancing into something positive and enjoyable.