SaeManGeum, Korea2023 25the World Scout Jamboree jamboree Scout Mondial

Jamboree Life


As Scouts, you keep the Scout Oath and Law in mind. You will also need to abide by the rules and regulations set out for the Jamboree.


  • Observe the Jamboree rules to make you and other people have a safe and joyful time.
  • Remember how lucky you are to be here now.
  • Conform to the Scout Law and instructions from leaders and operating personnel.
  • Wear your Scout uniform during the opening and closing ceremonies.
  • Don't forget to comply with the laws of the Republic of Korea.

Respect and Care

  • As individuals from different nations gather here together, strive to accept and honor another culture.
  • Avoid inappropriate language and behavior, such as profanity, that might cause conflict.
  • When you engage in off-site programs or pre- and post-programs, be polite to local residents. Be sure that you represent your homeland.
  • Do not touch someone else’s stuff and money. If you find lost objects, leave them at Subcamp Storage near you.
  • Be considerate of others when you use the shower and toilet.
  • Keep quiet hours from 22:00 till 06:00.
  • Patches can be swapped but should not be traded.
    ※ Patch exchange between adult and youth participants is not allowed.


  • Always wear your neckerchief and ID badge unless requested to remove them for safety reasons.
  • Gambling and the possession, use, distribution, and purchase of tobacco, alcohol, and drugs are strictly prohibited.
  • Wash your hands thoroughly—after using the restroom and before cooking and eating.
  • Dress for the weather and according to circumstances.
  • Obey all signs and directions. For your own sake, do not enter restricted areas. You can come in private tents and encampments when you are invited.
  • Do not visit Staff Hub, for adults only, without permission.
  • Handle your knife carefully and store it safely in a bag—no knife with a blade longer than 7.6 centimeters.
  • It is forbidden to use personal drones and fireworks.
  • Be cautious not to break personal equipment and camping facilities.


  • Keep communal and private spaces clean.
  • Reduce garbage and follow the recycling and sorting process.
  • Never ruin nature.