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What do you do if you're a parent in South Korea who is fed up with your child's StarCraft II marathons? Send them to boot camp, where they endure every trial the average soldier faces; endurance sessions in harsh conditions, endless exercise, and moderated technology use.
All Voices has a photos series of punished students who have missed school, received poor grades, or lack motivation in life because of video game addiction. The entire purpose of the rigid course is to train the teens to respect themselves and find more ambition in pursuing creative endeavors.
Kang Han-Sol, a 15-year-old boy in the program, said “My mom forced me to take this
course because I have played video games too much. I hope this course
would better me, so I could quit playing and give more focus on
All my parents ever told me to do was go play outside...
[via Game Politics]
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i get to play games if my grades are good
HaHAHAH. That would suck so much to get sent there.
# of push ups = your average APM
Boot camp, fixing video game addiction since, well never...
Nice Nike shoes...
These photos need captions, badly XD