Seoul-Johor International Student Leadership Camp 2015 : Part I

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The international training module for Johor Student Leaders Council (JSLC) kickstarted with the Seoul-Johor International Student Leadership Camp. Seoul, South Korea was the destination for the first leadership training where we collaborated with Camp Korea for this initiative. Thanks Jay and Dave for making this possible!

10 JSLs were chosen to attend the leadership camp where we spent 14 days at Seoul English Village in Suyu as the base camp for the leadership training. The first challenge that the JSLs and the officers had to face is the chilly weather. The first day greeted us with -5 degree Celsius compared to toasty 29 degree Celsius back in Johor!


Annyeonghaseyo Seoul! Arriving at Incheon International Airport.



The officers in charge. L-R : Tn. Hj. Narawi Mohamed Ali, Rabiah Mohd Taib and yours truly.



Seoul English Village, the beautiful premise for our leadership camp. It is modeled after the New England architecture.


Ania Pisarek, Seoul English Village teacher addressing the students, facilitated by the Johor Student Leaders.


The brilliant Johor Student Leaders, all decked in the traditional attire, Baju Melayu Johor Teluk Belanga.


JSLs with Dave, the awesome camp coordinator.


Proud to see the JSLs performing Zapin to the international crowd.


My tweet on JSLC in Seoul caught the attention of the Johor Chief Minister, YAB Dato’ Seri Khaled Nordin. Thank you Dato Seri for the support.


The Johor student leaders with their Korean friends.

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