UPDATE: [May 27]
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Please wire fee in advance 38,000won for the booking seat on the bus and join this camp!
* Bank name: Kookmin Bank
* Bank number: 762301-04-223562, 김승일 (Seoul Hiking)
* [45,000won] if you pay the day of the event ONLY IF SPOTS ARE AVAILABLE
* PAYPAL 38USD to email@example.com
[ Confirmation] --->copy start & modify
After you wire the money, please send information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1.Full name who wired money
2.Clearly state the account name and the name for which the trip payment is for. (In the past, there has been confusion as to who was paying for what)
3.EXACT date and time you wired)
4. pick up at : choose yours & delete the rest
1100PM Hapjeong station
1120PM Yongsan station
1135PM Express Bus terminal station
1155PM Jukjeon Highway stop
1230PM Suwon station,Line1,out of exit4
5. claim a tent(when you have friends who sign up and can fill the tent) : choose yours & delete the rest
- Single traveller : share a tent with others
- 3 persons tent
- 6 persons tent
- 8 persons tent
- 10 persons tent
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[ BUS PICKUP]
- IMPORTANT : Come 20 minutes early to see other traveller to check the right place,BUS leave sharply and also bus might be later than the time due to traffic,so stay till the bus show up.
[ Tent available]! claim a tent when you have friends to sign up and fill up with your friends.
Please,list the name of friends!
[5~6 people size Tent] ,5 tents
means for women 5~6 persons, or irish style sleeping,shoulder to leg to shoulder, or 4~5 person of shoulder to shoulder sleeping.
[7~8 people TP style tent], 1 tent (there were 2 , 1 lost still looking for it)
[8~10 people size tent],1 tent
[2~3person tent],4 tents
UPDATE : [May 26]
Here's an excerpt from our theme camp application, which we fine tuned our theme camp ideas a bit more..
We are still open to ideas, but as of now, this is what we are thinking.
Seoul Hiking Group is about appreciating all aspects of nature and taking specific time to stop and drink in the natural beauty of the Earth through hiking and exploring. Another important aspect of our mission is to share this experience with people from diverse backgrounds who share this common appreciation of our natural world.
Our theme camp "Wooden Earth" will focus on perpetuating Seoul Hiking Group's mission, but will specifically gear towards the Earth element of the main theme of Korea Burn 2014.
We will demonstrate this through building seating and tables for our camp from found discarded wooden materials.
Also, we will do "ash painting in the sand and on our bodies" collected from the various fires through out the burn. This will keep the sense of inclusion and community sharing through recycling eachothers' materials.
We are asking for participants in our camp to collect wood to be repurposed for various activities, (as aforementioned the furniture for our camp) and also to supply for our main focus art project - the "Wooden Earth."
Our theme camp will open on Saturday morning (July 5th) from 8am until Sunday (July 6th) at 5pm.
- make bean sprout soup (Hangover soup) for anyone who brings their own water - we will have some water, but not enough for soup for everyone.
- commence on-site wood collection - walk Burn grounds and collect wood to add to our pre-existing collection for our wood projects
- pajeon making and eating
- sand art - self made canvas on the beach, all welcome to come and contribute any art made of sand to our canvas
Sat. early afternoon
- start our art project "wooden earth" - more details on this to come. (we will be building a wooden structure resembling either a world map - the countries made out of found wood/repurposed/sticks/logs, sticking out of the sand, OR an actual globe type structure which we will then later burn. We would like to have a brainstorming session as a group, letting all participants have a voice to be able to make something beautiful, collaboratively.
Let’s hear ideas! you can post here, or also email me ideas / input / suggestions at email@example.com
- magkeolli bar
- burning of our Wooden Earth / constructed wood furniture / sculptures
- sunrise beach walking
- sand art + ash art
Camp close + camp cleaning Sunday afternoon 3-5pm
INCLUDED IN PRICE:
+ round trip chartered bus
+ Hangover soup for those who bring water, we will bring burners and other ingredients
+ Camp stickers
+ tent to share
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What Is Burning Man?
Once a year, tens of thousands of participants gather in Nevada's Black Rock Desert to create Black Rock City, dedicated to community, art, self-expression, and self-reliance. They depart one week later, having left no trace whatsoever. Burning Man is also an ever-expanding year-round culture based on the Ten Principles.
What Isn't Burning Man?
Burning Man isn't your usual festival, with big acts booked to play on massive stages. In fact, it's more of a city than a festival, wherein almost everything that happens is created entirely by its citizens, who are active participants in the event.
The 10 Principles Blog Series
Representing the cornerstone of Burning Man Project's Philosophical Center, the 10 Principles blog series is an ongoing exploration of the values that have grown out of the Burning Man community. You are invited to join the conversation.
1. Radical InclusionAnyone may be a part of Burning Man. We welcome and respect the stranger. No prerequisites exist for participation in our community.
2. GiftingKorea Burn is devoted to acts of gift giving. The value of a gift is unconditional. Gifting does not contemplate a return or an exchange for something of equal value.
3. DecommodificationIn order to preserve the spirit of gifting, our community seeks to create social environments that are unmediated by commercial sponsorships, transactions, or advertising. We stand ready to protect our culture from such exploitation. We resist the substitution of consumption for participatory experience.
4. Radical Self-relianceKorea Burn encourages the individual to discover, exercise and rely on his or her inner resources.
5. Radical Self-expressionRadical self-expression arises from the unique gifts of the individual. No one other than the individual or a collaborating group can determine its content. It is offered as a gift to others. In this spirit, the giver should respect the rights and liberties of the recipient.
6. Communal EffortOur community values creative cooperation and collaboration. We strive to produce, promote and protect social networks, public spaces, works of art, and methods of communication that support such interaction.
7. Civic ResponsibilityWe value civil society. Community members who organize events should assume responsibility for public welfare and endeavor to communicate civic responsibilities to participants. They must also assume responsibility for conducting events in accordance with local, state and federal laws.
8. Leaving No TraceOur community respects the environment. We are committed to leaving no physical trace of our activities wherever we gather. We clean up after ourselves and endeavor, whenever possible, to leave such places in a better state than when we found them.
9. ParticipationOur community is committed to a radically participatory ethic. We believe that transformative change, whether in the individual or in society, can occur only through the medium of deeply personal participation. We achieve being through doing. Everyone is invited to work. Everyone is invited to play. We make the world real through actions that open the heart.
10. ImmediacyImmediate experience is, in many ways, the most important touchstone of value in our culture. We seek to overcome barriers that stand between us and a recognition of our inner selves, the reality of those around us, participation in society, and contact with a natural world exceeding human powers. No idea can substitute for this experience.