The camp runs twice a year, for three months, and began in 2013. Each time, there are lecturers from six countries on different continents, whose task is to show the Korean scouts the culture of the country they are coming from.
In addition to this, the lecturers are from France, Spain, Pakistan, Malaya and India, and the board members are from Kazakhstan and Nepal. The lectures are in English, and the participants of the camp are students of the final grades of the primary or first year of secondary school. Its official name is the World Cultural Village, and daily there are around 90 participants divided into six groups of 15", said "24. November".
Nikola's engagement lasts from August 20th to November 9th, and his first obligation is to prepare the cabinet so that the participants feel as if they have come to the country they represent. Through play and socializing, Nikola will introduce the young South Koreans to the culture, tradition and sights of Montenegro and how the program of the world scout association is implemented.
Text by Radomir Petric, on August 28th 2018, read more at Vijesti