KBS World Radio

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KBS World Radio
Type Radio network
Country South Korea
Availability International
Owner KBS
Launch date
August 15, 1953
Former names
The Voice of Free Korea (1953-1973)
Radio Korea (1973-1994)
Radio Korea International (1994-2004)
Official website
world.kbs.co.kr

KBS World Radio (Korean: KBS 월드라디오; formerly Radio Korea and Radio Korea International) is the official international broadcasting station of South Korea. Owned by the Korean Broadcasting System, the station broadcasts news and information in 11 languages: Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese, Indonesian, Arabic, Vietnamese, Russian, German, French and Spanish.

Air Staff (English)[edit]

  • Young John Kim (Formerly from KBS 2FM.)
  • Angela Park
  • Sopia Hong
  • Choi Daniel
  • Bruce Harrison
  • Lauren Hardie
  • Karen Choi
  • Mark Broome

See also[edit]

  • KBS, the South Korea's premier public broadcaster
  • KBS World

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 35°50′00″N 126°50′00″E / 35.83333°N 126.83333°E / 35.83333; 126.83333