If you enjoyed the 24th World Scout Jamboree (WSJ), then get ready for the next one! The 25th World Scout Jamboree will be hosted by South Korea in August of 2023. The theme is “Draw your Dreams” and Seong Il Yoo, from the Korean Contingent at the 24th WSJ and is working at the South Korea tent at World Point, says it will be a smart jamboree, where advanced technology will be used.

The Jeollabuk-do Province, ‘SaeManGeum’ is a 10 square-kilometer (3.9 square miles) campsite, where scouts will enjoy a smart and advanced program. It will give the world a chance to learn the authentic Korean culture and their traditions. The Korean Jamboree will use ‘no-man buses’, according to Seong Il Yoo. It will also offer future-oriented programs by using high-technology gadgets and information technology (IT) programs. There will also be creative capacity empowerment programs, based on the spirit of scouting.

Seong Il Yoo says that “if you come to the South Korean Jamboree, you can experience what you have never experienced before”, and he completes: “Come to South Korea! It’s the right time to draw your dreams!”.

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