|Brand||HYUNDAI MARINE & FIRE INSURANCE|
|Product / Service||HYUNDAI MARINE & FIRE INSURANCE|
|Category||C02. Health Services & Facilities|
|Entrant||INNOCEAN WORLDWIDE Seoul, SOUTH KOREA|
|Idea Creation||INNOCEAN WORLDWIDE Seoul, SOUTH KOREA|
|Media Placement||INNOCEAN WORLDWIDE Seoul, SOUTH KOREA|
|PR||INNOCEAN WORLDWIDE Seoul, SOUTH KOREA|
|Production||GOODLUCK Seoul, SOUTH KOREA|
|Production 2||TRUMAKUS Seoul, SOUTH KOREA|
|Production 3||ELIOT Seoul, SOUTH KOREA|
|Production 4||LINEHOLIC Seoul, SOUTH KOREA|
|Additional Company||HYUNDAI MARINE & FIRE INSURANCE Seoul, SOUTH KOREA|
|Jung-A Kim||Innocean Worldwide||Executive Creative Director|
|Uy Sang Kim||Innocean Worldwide||Business Manager of Development Department|
|Nari Moon||Innocean Worldwide||Art Director|
|Doyu Yang||Innocean Worldwide||Copywriter|
|Jaeeun Kim||Innocean Worldwide||Art Director|
|Jiyon Rhim||Innocean Worldwide||Art Director|
|Seonhwa Hwang||Innocean Worldwide||Creative Technologist|
|Hye-dong Roh||Innocean Worldwide||Creative Technologist|
|Sungwoo Kim||Innocean Worldwide||Creative Technologist|
|Bae-Sung Kim||Innocean Worldwide||Agency Producer|
|Jinwon Jake Choi||Innocean Worldwide||Translator|
|Jin-hee Park||Innocean Worldwide||Account Executive|
|Jung-Ae Kuk||Innocean Worldwide||Account Executive|
|Hyun-Seok Seo||Innocean Worldwide||Account Executive|
|La-Yoon Kim||Innocean Worldwide||Account Executive|
|Dohyeon Kim||Trumakus||Director Of Photography|
|Woojong Kim||Goodluck||Executive Producer|
|Jihoon Lee||Goodluck||Film Producer|
|Namhee Kim||Eliot||Flame Artist|
|Jeonghan Um||Eliot||Post Producer|
|Wonwoo Lee||Audiolab||Sound Designer|
|Inwoo Hwang||Audiovillage||Sound Studio Producer|
|Han-Jun Jung||Lineholic Corp.||Producer|
Hyundai Marine & Fire Insurance, the No.1 Children's Insurance company in Korea, has a corporate mission to care children’s health and safety in physically and mentally. To accomplish this mission, We set out to create ‘Healing Jungle’–A Digital Play Wall designed to help long-term children patients’ treatments, and reducing their stresses. By installing the ‘Healing Jungle’ in two of the biggest Children’s hospitals in Korea which are most closely related to our work area, We, Hyundai Insurance, decided to let our very important customers (the children and their families) experience our corporate philosophy by themselves experiencing Healing Jungle in real.
- By national advertising regulations of Korea, any advertisement that may guarantee a certain health benefits or inadvertently cause damage to citizen's health are strictly forbidden. - Most advertisements are pre-screened by relevant institutions, and any expressions/phrases that may cause confusion or misunderstandings by the consumer are strictly controlled.
‘Healing Jungle’ is more than a simple playground. It’s a customed interactive play-wall designed for patients to provide entertainments and aids in the healing process. The contents, designed to help children patients with physical stimulation and mental wellness, have been developed in consultation with pediatricians, nurses and rehabilitation professionals.
The average treatment period of pediatric cancer patients is almost two years and a half. Most of the time they are waiting for their treatments laying on their beds, doing nothing except only watching smartphones and televisions. The lack of those children’s physical activities, in turn, leads to mental stresses that cause negative effects to their health improvement. Hyundai Insurance wanted to make a special playground for them to help boost their physical abilities and lower stresses come from painful treatment.
- Technology : The interactive wall, utilizing motion sensor technology that reacts in real-time to children’s movements, is installed in a prominent and oft-visited hallway. (*Motion sensors were used to prevent possible infections through direct contact) - Contents : The digital playground themed jungle and animals which are familiar to children, to alleviate the fear and stress comes from the images that hospital invokes. It consists of programs that are designed uniquely for child patients’ life patterns at the hospital – afternoon programs to provide much-needed exercises, and evening programs to alleviate the stress of treatments and help with sleep. A total of 11 programs were developed in consideration of patients’ age and their state of physical development.
65% of all children in Korea have been hospitalized during their childhood at least once. We focused on the fact that child patients have nothing to do except waiting for treatment inside the limited space of hospital. That’s the exact reason of the creation of Healing Jungle, the digital play wall. It was installed in two of the biggest children’s hospitals in Korea. By installing the ‘Healing Jungle’ in two of the biggest Children’s hospitals in Korea which are most closely related to our work area, We, Hyundai Insurance, decided to let our very important customers (the children and their families) experience our corporate philosophy by themselves experiencing Healing Jungle in real.
- Garner clue ideas and user insights through in-depth interviews with pediatrics ward staffs, and parents of the patients - 1 year for contents developing in collaborative efforts with contents planner, developers, creators, pediatricians, nurses. 2 months for constructing the physical components. - Dec 24th, 2018 – The first ‘Healing Jungle’ have launched at Seoul Severance Children’s Hospital - Jan 16th, 2019 – The second ‘Healing Jungle’ have launched at Seoul Asan Children’s Hospital, the biggest children’s hospital in Korea, by request - The development process and afterthoughts of child patients and their families who were the real users of ‘Healing Jungle’ were made into a film and an online advertisement for social network platforms. It was uploaded to deliver Hyundai Insurance’s brand values and ethos even to those who did not experience it at first-hand.
- An average of 30,000 children experienced ‘Healing Jungle’ within a month - Ranked #1 in Brand Reputation Index(BRI) of the Insurance companies in Korea in 2 weeks after the film launching - 12,174,574 Youtube views (Viewed by 20% of Korea) - 98% positive feedback on YouTube and Facebook, where campaign film was uploaded - A campaign that was made viral by the child patients and their parents voluntarily through social network platforms.