I've heard that VOA only sends out QSL cards about once a year now, and that it can be hit or miss on who they send them to. Really unfortunate.
Sorry but no info on VOA South Korea.
Jim - Memphis, TN
> On 04/12/2023 9:56 AM Frank Helmbold DB9DT <email@example.com> wrote:
> Radio Free Asia QSL cards arrived in Germany after 37 to 41 days after
> sending them to QSL@rfa.org
> What about Voice of America? Still nothing after sending a reception
> report to QSL@usagm.gov 3 months ago. Has anyone had a different
> (better) experience recently?
> Is there a special email address for VoA in South Korea, Daebu 1188 kHz?
> Thanks, vy 73! Frank
> Frank Helmbold DB9DT, Radio Amateur and SWL
> Rotenburg(Wuemme) in Northern Germany, JO43rc
> AM: Elad FDM-S2 with SDR-Console V3, terminated deltaloops west and east
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