Source: http://worldoftanks.kr/ko/news/pc-browser/9/armyfest-2014/ (thanks to Daigensui for translating)
1st of October in South Korea is the Armed Forces Day – basically, the Korean military sites (some of course) are open to public. This time, Wargaming participated in one such event with a stand with PC’s and all that. Additionally, Korean players could also check photographs and artefacts from the Korean War era, as well as modern battle tanks and the equipment of Korean army. And so, the smallest Wargaming cluster (Korea WoT peaks are 4000-6000 players) is doing its best to “bond” with the army of South Korea, to show the players the history of their armed forces.
Regarding the opinion on Korean community from a player, who actually plays there (Daigensui): “There are lot of problems, from occasional mistakes on WG KR’s part, constant trolling from the bigger communities like Ilbe and DC Inside, rage against bad players (heated more than other places from the competitive atmosphere), and stupid stalking and false accusations of people they don’t like, but all in all it is still a pretty tight community. While WoT in Korea might not be bigger than in Italy, the enthusiasm shown is certainly one of, if not the, best of all WoT servers. I hope that WoT still maintains a position as the one casual military game anyone can fall back on, in Korea and elsewhere.”
Aaaaaaaaaaaaand… there was also this – that’s what I call advertising done right:
The players could take pictures with the models as well… :)
Here, you can see actual Korean soldiers trying their tanking skills in WoT:
There was also a model competition:
Various photos and artefacts were also present:
And various modern vehicles, including the Korean M103 Paladin SPG and the modern K1A2 battle tank:
Edit: Comments closed due to butthurt Koreans coming here and spamming shit against Daigensui. Go take your feud somewhere else. Thank you.