Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide
by Chris Kadlec, January 2017

The Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide is a three-hour documentary broadcast narrated by Chris Kadlec that looks at the AM band as heard in Seoul, Korea after dark. In addition, it takes a look at propaganda and signal jamming as part of the radio wars between Seoul and Pyongyang. The broadcast is accompanied by a detailed 115-page guide and complete audio transcript.



Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide

(Complete, 115 pgs.)
 



Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide

(Station Guide, pp. 1-76)
 



Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide

(dBu Guide, pp. 77-90)
 



Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide

(Audio Transcript, pp. 91-115)
 


Download Instructions:

Download the full 115-page guide by clicking the link above or download the individual sections.

To listen to the audio, use the audio players below or listen on SoundCloud.

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Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide

(Regional Station Map)



Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide

(Bandscan Locations Map)


Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide

(Skywave Logo Compilation)

Seoul AM Radio Listening Guide (3:00:00):



Or listen to this presentation on SoundCloud,
or even download the audio for your own listening.


There is also a commentary-free version available (2:02:29).

For further information, download the audio transcript
(pp. 91-115) that accompanies this guide.

           
Seoul AM Radio in 10 Minutes (10:30):



For those with a short attention span, this is a preview clip that outlines hours of AM band audio as heard in Seoul in merely ten minutes.

A guide to stations heard in this clip can be found here.

Some of my other Asian audio compilations:

Songtan, Korea FM Audio Bandscan (34:11) | Project Overview
Songtan, Korea FM Bandscans (125+ TOH IDs & Pyongyang FM)
Busan, Korea Japanese FM Bandscan (10:53) | Project Overview
Kanto/Tokyo Region FM Bandscan (10:22) | Project Overview
Best of Chinese Tropo (39:31) | Coastal Chinese Tropo (Old)

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