The game culture camp for teenagers, which was held on July 28 and 29, is a part of ESC (One Step Closer to Family) project, a game culture campaign conducted by Net Marble. It’s a program organized in order to create healthy game culture.
Fifty teenagers participated in the camp, which was held for two days at the Seoul Youth Hostel. There they spent time learning game culture and etiquette by recreating RPG (roll-playing games) in the real world.
They also created videos that present their perceptions of games and exchanged their opinions about games, watching them with their parents through a family preview.
In addition, they also planned games, wrote game scenarios, and designed games under such subjects as Saving Polar Bears and Fun Schools Without Bullying.
Jo Young Ki, a CEO of Net Marble, says, “Through this camp, we hope the participating teenagers have had opportunities to properly understand game culture and think about their ideal future in detail. We at Net Marble will try our utmost to make the good functions of games known through various kinds of programs.”