Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism(MCST) has established Game Culture Advisory Group(GCAG) yesterday.
The GCAG, comprised of parents, civil organization, counsellors, teachers, and so on, is to have a monthly meeting to advise on governmental policies and report game addiction and its reality to the MCST.
Moreover it would play a role of council services for healthy game culture by proposing problems and improvements based on actual user experience of online/console games and analyzing causes of game addiction.
“Games have become a life culture which not only teenagers but also broader ages are enjoying today. Therefore I believe our homework is to make game culture healthy. I hope the GCAG contribute to the healthy game culture through pointing out pros and cons of the games by playing them personally,” said YoungJin Kwak the vice minister of the MCST.