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Author Topic: Shiokaze/Sea Breeze, via Yamata (Japan) with special year-end program  (Read 952 times)

Offline Ron - Calif.

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6085 kHz., Shiokaze/Sea Breeze, via Yamata (Japan), 1307 UT (scheduled 13-14), Dec 29. Normally would be in English
on Wednesday, but today in Japanese, with the annual, special year-end program
; with a totally different format than usual; a
presentation of Jang Jin-Sung's poems "I Sell My Daughter for 100 Won" (Won, the currency of N. Korea); reception was fairly
good, without jamming till after 1130, while // 7250 was totally unusable; thanks to Hiroshi for a lot of info about this special show;
he indicates this same show was first aired in May, 2011 and has been repeated numerous times over the years. My audio is
at http://bit.ly/32Id0Ew .

Additional online info about Jang Jin-Sung and his poems is at http://bit.ly/3HlbBTh :

"The poet, Jang Jin-Sung, used to be a citizen and well renowned poet of North Korea. Kim Jong-Il even read and appreciated his
work. In 2004, he left for South Korea and published several memoirs on living conditions in the North. This poem, published in a
collection, shows the poor quality of life of the working class. Jang Jin-Sung criticized the North Korean regime through his poetry
as he remembered the great famine of millions of citizens while the wealthy did not nothing but watch."

Ron
Asilomar State Beach, Calif. (near Monterey)
Etón E1; external antenna of 30m long wire