Title : Postage Stamp Commenoration the 30th Anniversary of the Korean Federation of Girl Scouts
Stamp Serial#
1017 
KPC#
C-729 
MICHEL#
1043 
StanGib#
1242 
Scott#
1039 
Date of Issue
05/10/1976 
Quantity
4,000,000 
Denomination
20 won 
Design
The Girl Scouts making camp 
Designer
Chung, Hee Jin 
Image Area
23mmí┐33mm 
Perforation
13 
Sheet Composition
4í┐5 
Paper
White unwatermarked
Print
Government Printing & Mint Agency of the Republic of Koera 
Description
On May 10, 1976, the Korean Federation of Girl Scouts celebrates the 30th anniversary of its foundation.

The Girl Scouts of Korea was established in 1946. It was admitted to the World Federation of Girl Scouts as an associate member in 1957, and in 1963 at the 18th General Conference of the World Federation, it became a regular member.

The Girl Scouts aims at linking homes and schools and encouraging the members to cultivate their character, build up their physical strength, acquire useful skill, serve society and promote patriotism. Furthermore, it carries out public education and inspires the spirit of self-reliance to bring up capable citizens and promotes international relations.

Overcoming all the hardships since its founding, the Girl scouts of Korea has made remarkable progress. At present, 69,790 scouts are actively participating in various public services and in activities for both mental and physical improvement throughout the country.

The Ministry of Communications is issuing a commemorative postage stamp on this 30th anniversary of the Korean Federation of Girl Scouts in the hope that this movement will enjoy continuous prosperity and further contribute to building bright homes and society in this country by helping produce good citizens.