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2023 Saemangeum 25th World Scout JamboreePress center registration for Journalists&Reporters is now open

□ The Organizing Committee for The 25th World Scout Jamboree-2023 Saemangeum (hereinafter referred to as the "Organizing Committee") announced that it will start registering reporters for access to the press center to be operated during 2023 Saemangeum the 25th World Scout Jamboree (hereinafter referred to as the "World Scout Jamboree") from June 26th.

□ The press center will be set up and operated in the solar demonstration research building located in the renewable energy theme park adjacent Jamboree site from August 1 (Tue) to the closing ceremony on August 12 (Sat).

○ Foreign and Domestic journalists from online and offline media bodies are invited to apply online through the offline website of the world scout jamboree. Applicants will be requested to share their press credentials such as their media and journalist ID. Registration is free.

* How to access the registration website : Jamboree official website – Jamboree news – Media&Press
* Jamboree official website URL: 25th World Scout Jamboree in Saeangeum (

□ Through the press center, the organizing committee plans to provide briefing on the contents of the event, the latest data, on-site coverage and interview support. The press center will also be used as a communication channel to deliver vivid news of the global Jamboree site where teenagers from all over the world will take up challenges and dream together.

□ Choi Chang-haeng, secretary-general of the 25th WSJ Organizing Committee, said, "We ask for the attention of many media outlets and journalists so that the World Jamboree, the largest youth event held after the COVID-19 pandemic, can be showed around the world."

□ The World Scout Jamboree is the largest international scouting event held every four years by the World Organization of the Scout Movement, and the World Jamboree will be held at the Saemangeum Jamboree site in Jeollabuk-do from August 1 to 12, with more than 43,000 scouts from 150 countries of every corner of our globe.