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Game Rating & Administration Committee (KOKorean: 게임물관리위원회
Pronunciation: Geimmul Gwalli-Wiwonhoe) (abbreviated as GRAC) is a governmental video game regulator for South Korea, which rates video games according to what age of audience they're the most appropriate for to inform customers upon purchase of video games released in the country.
The organisation was originally founded in 2005 as Game Rating Board, to provide an exclusive system for rating video games alongside the government's existing media board. It was later amended in 2013 with its current title, but otherwise carried on operating the same way.
(The descriptions are taken from the organisation's website)
The game offers educational, or cultivating moral character and sentiments for children.
The content of the game has no representation of anti-societal idea distortion or profanity of religion and public morals that harm children emotionally and physically;
The content and motif of the game have no representation of obscenity, violence, or reproduction of gambling spirit that harms children at all.
Similar to equivalent gaming boards of some other regions like PEGI and CERO, the Korean rating board utilise symbols that are placed on the back of the game's box cover. They illustrate the nature of the game's content, such as gambling or sexual elements.