Nice to see a video with the audio of what it really sounds like on this side of the ocean. Not many post a lot of the audio.
972 Dangjin is 750kw day, 1500 night. I lived about 40 miles from the tower (25 mi. to my FM site), so the power change btw. night and day didnât make much difference to me. They came on with their 1-hour sign-on sequence at noon and turned off the following morning. Henan often interfered with it at night and Iâd often hear 972 Pyongyang from atop the skyscrapers downtown (like with many stations, I could only hear them atop the towers *shrugs* - even though people say things like height make no difference with AM, something must explain that; perhaps steel conducts signals).
603 is indeed Hwaseong playing Do Hyeon-yunâs âSaranghaessnabwaâ (I Guess I Loved You). 250kw day, 500 night.
657 - I havenât heard that song in a while. Naturally Pyongyang.
1098â I also cannot tell from the audio which station it is.
1017 is CRI Korean, as you figured //1323.
Date: Wed, 19 Sep 2018 11:10:26 -0700
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