2012 Youth Camp for Asia’s Future

If you’re between 18 to 24 years old, you can join the Youth Camp hosted by the Ministry of Gender and Equality. The Youth Camp will be held in Seoul, Yeosu and Jeju from August 6 to 20 this year. Roundtrip airfare tickets, accomodation, meals, and transportation will be paid by the Korean government.

Learn more about the 2012 Youth Camp for Asia’s Future.

Application is only until June 15. Seven participants from each of the following countries will be chosen:

Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Indonesia, Myanmar, Brunei, India, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Mongolia


    1. Hi Nixie! You can send scanned applications by email, too.
      It should be addressed to kccphil@gmail.com with the subject “Application for the 2012 Youth Camp for Asia’s Future” by noon of June 15.

      1. i have already checked korean embassy website here, but there is no info about the Camp. Anyway, since my country is in the list, i will inform everyone in this age range ))

        btw, what does 12 NN mean? is it 12 AM (night of 14th) or 12 PM (noon of 15th)?

          1. Oh I think you should check the Korean Cultural Center in your country. Different countries have different deadlines for submission of application.

  1. I think the Philippines should also have a ministry like that… one that is not really for gender equality; but rather “regional equality”.

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