Amidar makes more sense! Unschooling

In some Korean dramas, roommates who share a house have made decisions or task diagrams with some sort of game on paper created as follows:

On a site called "DataGenetics" there are an article about itAnd that's how Amidar (the video game) worked. We had an amidar game! There are screenshots and a description, and it's about the game on which the moves are based.

In Japan it is called "Ghost Ladder".
In China "Ghost Leg".
In Korea "Ladder Climbing".

The Japanese word is "Amidakuji", meaning … Amidar. Tadaa!

And then, on this page, they have diagrams and explanations of how random play works, and I hope you will look.

The blog "Ask a Korean" contains an article with examples and stories: How do you climb the ladder?

I found it all (except for the picture I had taken of one or the other drama) looking for something Head of Randomizer Korea

I'm sorry he did not wear any clothes. He got dry after a bath. There was a long time ago a "fig leaf" version of this photo on a computer from the 90s.

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