[ Park Yeo-jin reporter] Net marble Cultural Foundation (Chairman Bang Jun-hyuk) announced on the 8th that it held a ceremony to improve the environment of the An dong Young Mung School Game Culture Experience Center in Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do.
An dong Yeongmyeong School was the special school that opened the first game culture experience center in 2008 by the Net marble Cultural Foundation.
At the ceremony on the 27th, officials such as Kim Sung-cheol, the representative of the Net marble Cultural Foundation, Lee Na-young, Lee Banshee, the principal of An dong Youngmyeong School, Park Soon, Gyeongsangbuk-do Office of Education, and the Korean Parents’ Association Andong-si I had time to explore the Cultural Experience Center.
The Net marble Cultural Foundation plans to expand the area of the Game Culture Experience Center from special schools to community welfare institutions based on the know-how and experience accumulated for the past 15 years.
The Game Culture Experience Center was opened and operated since 2008 by the Net marble Cultural Foundation to revitalize the leisure culture and education of students with disabilities. The company has distributed manuals with the latest devices such as PC, mobile, and virtual reality (VR) equipment, and has been improving the environment twice a year for aging experience halls. So far, it has been installed in 35 special schools and related organizations nationwide.
The Net marble Cultural Foundation celebrated this year’s 15th anniversary of the Game Culture Experience Center, which has been improving the environment for 10 schools, including the An dong Yeongmyeong School.