On October 18th, the Jeju Youth Center held the “2020 Indoor Sports Event for Healthy Minds and Healthy Bodies of Jeju Youth” for the younger generation tired of the prolonged COVID-19 situation.
For the event, joined by CEO of Bodyspace and fitness trainer Yang Chi-seung, an online celebrity active on various broadcast programs, ten on-site participants were selected through advance applications. Through the Jeju Youth Center’s YouTube channel, anybody can participate through the real-time broadcast.
Part 1 was a talking session that comforted the minds of young adults who are experiencing daily changes due to COVID-19, and Part 2 was a home training lecture to foster a healthy life. The broadcast garnered excellent responses with real-time Q&A and events.
A young man who participated in the talk concert said, “I was able to revitalize both my body and mind in daily life from feeling frustrated and boring because of COVID-19, and it was a fun time to share such consensus with other young people.”
“We will continue to plan and create safe and enjoyable non-face-to-face events with young people in the future,” said a member of the Jeju Youth Center.
The Jeju Youth Center supports a variety of young people's activities and experiences and provides a communication venue that enables young people to demonstrate their capabilities. The center also has a youth activity complex that can be used freely by young adults, including an open lounge, seminar room, shared kitchen, and lecture room.
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