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Korea
« on: March 30, 2022, 0417 UTC »
KOREA SOUTH. Echo of Hope - VOH, at 0902 UT, on March 29 (Tue.), only on 3985 // 5995 // 6350. Later at 1002, heard
all six frequencies; 3985 // 4880 // 5995 // 6245 // 6350 // 9095; frequencies good through April 3 (Sunday).

Voice of the People, at 0905 UT, on March 29, only on 3910 // 3480 // 6520. Later at 1008, heard all six frequencies; 3480
(best reception) // 3910 // 3930 // 4450 // 6520 // 6600; another week with no changes.

6045, Voice of Freedom, at 1013 UT, on March 29. Continuing to mix with N. Korean super jamming on frequency and now
with additional pulsating jamming.  

Ron
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Re: Korea
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2022, 0027 UTC »
KOREA SOUTH. 3985 // 4880 // 5995 (best reception) // 6245 // 6350 // 9095, Echo of Hope - VOH, at 1524 UT, Apr 3 (Sunday). Expected
to hear the the usual weekend English lesson with the reading of a "Harry Potter" story, but instead the start of the audio feed, normally
heard on weekdays, from a TV program called "Wang cho bo yeong-eo" (Beginner's English); intro theme song is the "Party Will Come
Alive" by Wizardz Of Oz (with Ruben Martinez); the usual intro with announcer saying "English trainer" and gives his name ("Mayu"), then
the woman announcer says her name ("Mini"), then they both say in English, "Good morning everybody"; today's lesson - "When will this
package arrive? Three days. Do you have anything faster?" VOH still with their normal four hour program loop. Is this an anomaly or a
scheduled change?  

7200 (ex: 6115), National Unity Radio, 1444 UT, on Apr 3. Good reception. Last month, on 6115, checked for their usual language lessons
that had often been heard in the past, but seems they have dropped them now.

Ron
Asilomar State Beach, Calif. (near Monterey)
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Re: Korea
« Reply #2 on: April 04, 2022, 1513 UTC »
April 4 (Monday) observations:

KOREA SOUTH. This week's frequencies: 3980 // 4885 // 5990 // 6250 // 6348 // 9100, Echo of Hope - VOH, at 1105 UT, with
news in Korean.

Voice of the People: 3480 (good reception as usual) // 3910 (also good reception, which is a rare occasion, as it was not jammed
today!
) // 3930 // 4450 // 6520 // 6600, at 1110 UT.

7200, National Unity Radio, 1158 UT, heard heavy N. Korea jamming (not noted yesterday!); *1200, NUR started with strong signal,
so not terribly affected by jamming.

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Re: Korea
« Reply #3 on: April 11, 2022, 1138 UTC »
April 11 (Monday), Echo of Hope - VOH:

3985 (ex 3980) // 4890 (ex 4885) // 5995 (ex 5990) // 6255 (ex 6250) // 6350 (ex 6348) // 9105 (ex 9100) kHz., at 0900 UT, with the news in Korean.

Frequencies should be good through April 17 (Sunday). Frequencies change on Monday!

 

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