per Saturday or Sunday
(that's < ₩3,000 per player for 6v6)
₩ 10,000 per weekday
(that's < ₩1,000 per player for 6v6)
Step 1 :: fill out this form -►
Step 2 :: make the bank transfer -►
Step 3 :: arrange pick-up and return rendez-vous times -►
Korea Exchange Bank (KEB) • 외환은행
( the transfer must be made prior to picking up net )
30,000 per the Saturday (can only rent one day at a time)
10,000 per the Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday
(can only rent one day at a time)
+ 100,000 security deposit (refundable)
130,000 for a Saturday
110,000 for a weekday
** if you have 12 people that's less than 3,000krw per player to play
OR less than 1,000krw per player to play.
Jeju Furey will contact you to arrange this step.
Terms and Conditions
1. Missing or damaged equipment
2. Lateness (for pick-up of net or drop-off of net)
3. Cleaning the equipment
Furey will retain the security deposit until the piece(s) of equipment are replaced. The unused portion of the security will be refunded following the replacement of the damaged or missing equipment.
Zero tolerance. If you are late (i.e. not present at the agreed upon location at the agreed upon time), 24,000krw will be withheld from your security deposit.
Furey will retain 20,000krw from your security deposit if the equipment is not thoroughly cleaned with the brush and wiped-down/dried with the quick-dry towel which are provided. (see FAQ)
Why do we have to rent it, why can't we just borrow it?
Why the security deposit?
Why clean sand off of a beach volleyball net?
How do you setup the net?
In order to buy the Cobra Net System we had to borrow money ( ≈ 500,000krw) from Jeju Furey's Build Permanent Courts at Hameok Fund. So we have to pay back that loan. If money's been raised under one auspice it can't be appropriated for another. However, since progress on getting permanent courts was so slow we figured that at the rate it was going we could afford to borrow the money and we'd be able to pay it back before the funds would be needed to build the permanent courts.
1. Protect the investment. This is an expensive product and replacing it won't be cheap, so we need to people to take the rental of this equipment seriously, and to take care of it.
2. Finding replacement parts may be hard or impossible, so we don't want people being careless when they use it. Unfortunately, in our experience too many people are too careless with equipment that doesn't belong to them.
3. We need to deter people from being late in returning the net. We are all volunteers and nobody wants to use up their free time waiting around and Jeju Furey doesn't want to go chasing after people to pay a late charge.
for the same reason you soak a wetsuit in fresh water after it's been salt water; to protect the equipment. Sand, particularly wet sand, erodes the equipment and thereby decreases its longevity.
Watch this video and become as familiar with it as you can.
You can also consult the photographs and instructions below.
384,000 - running total
30,000 - 2017.3.26 - private rental
30,000 - 2016.11.12 - private rental
30,000 - 2016.11.5 - private rental
30,000 - 2016.10.22 - private rental
60,000 - 2016.10.9 - private rental
10,000 - 2015.4.30 - private rental
23,000 - 2015.4.26 - public play
30,000 - 2015.4.25 - private rental (metal poles)
30,000 - 2015.4.25 - private rental
11,000 - 2015.4.19 - public play
30,000 - 2015.4.18 - private rental
30,000 - 2015.4.12 - private rental
30,000 - 2015.4.4 - private rental
10,000 - 2014.10.26 - private rental