Here is a fascinating and rare look inside South Korea's Wanju Military Theme Park, which is basically an airsoft pellet gun map that uses the GunPower system. Unlike similar systems, GunPower uses wireless BB detectors: one on the front, one on the back, one of the helmet, and one on the face googles. The "hits are signaled by LED light and electronic sound feedback, and kills are then registered on a central computer, and this particular map has closed circuit cameras." Continue reading for two videos and more information.
Here's what Kotaku has to say: "While there are terrific airsoft maps in North America, Europe, and elsewhere in Asia, what makes this was so neat are the cool flourishes: the vending machine, the working traffic lights, and the mock gas station. Instead of creating a map in a warehouse or using deserted buildings (both of which are totally cool!), they've built an urban map outside."