Jump Up Internet Rescue School, South Korea

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Jump Up Internet Rescue School, South Korea is a short-term boot camp located around Mokcheon in South Korea <Ref>In Korea, a Boot Camp Cure for Web Obsession, By MARTIN FACKLER, New York Times, Published: November 18, 2007</Ref>

The camp deals with claims of Internet addiction disorder (IAD), a illness which are not recognized yet <Ref>About Internet addiction disorder from Wikipedia</Ref>

Program structure[redigér]

Components of the program are mentioned to be:

  • use of military-style obstacle courses,
  • counselors lead group sessions
  • therapeutic workshops on pottery and drumming
  • horseback riding
  • Chores

A session is mentioned to be 12 days.

Communication[redigér]

Only one hour of phonecalls are allowed per day.

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