MBC FM4U

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MBC FM4U
Broadcast area South Korea South Korea
Frequency FM: 91.9 MHz (Seoul, Incheon, Gyeonggi Province)
First air date September 19, 1971
Format K-pop, Pop music, Classical music, Entertainment
Owner MBC
Webcast Listen Live
Website [1]

MBC FM4U (Hangul : MBC 초단파방송) is a K-pop, Pop music, Classical music and Entertainment station from Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation. Launched in September 19, 1971 it was South Korean second FM station with TBC Radio (Now KBS Cool FM) being first and KBS Happy FM being third.

Availability[edit]

Seoul, Incheon, Gyeonggi Province[edit]

Callsign Frequency Power (㎾) Transmitter Location
HLKV-FM FM 91.9㎒ 10㎾ Gwanaksan

Affiliate Stations[edit]

  • Chuncheon MBC FM4U : FM 94.5, 98.3 MHz
  • Wonju MBC FM4U : FM 98.9 MHz
  • Gangneung MBC FM4U : FM 94.3 MHz
  • Samcheok MBC FM4U : FM 99.9 MHz
  • Daejeon MBC FM4U : FM 97.5 MHz
  • Cheongju MBC FM4U : FM 99.7 MHz
  • Chungju MBC FM4U : FM 88.7 MHz
  • Jeonju MBC FM4U : FM 99.1 MHz
  • Gwangju MBC FM4U : FM 91.5 MHz
  • Mokpo MBC FM4U : FM 102.3 MHz
  • Yeosu MBC FM4U : FM 98.3 MHz
  • Daegu MBC FM4U : FM 95.3 MHz
  • Andong MBC FM4U : FM 91.3 MHz
  • Pohang MBC FM4U : FM 97.9 MHz
  • Busan MBC FM4U : FM 88.9 MHz
  • Ulsan MBC FM4U : FM 98.7 MHz
  • MBC Gyeongnam FM4U (Jinju) : FM 97.7 MHz
  • MBC Gyeongnam FM4U (Changwon) : FM 100.5 MHz
  • Jeju MBC FM4U : FM 90.1, 102.9 MHz

History[edit]

  • September 19, 1971 - MBC FM Launched. (call sign HLKV-FM, FM frequency 91.9 MHz, Power 1 kW)
  • 1983 - MBC-FM boosted power. (1 kW → 10 kW)
  • 1986 - MBC-FM Started Nationwide Broadcast.
  • 1988 - Partial 24 hours broadcasting started. (Mon-Sat 24 hours, Sunday 21 hours)
  • 1995 - MBC FM Started 24 hours Broadcasting.
  • 2001 - Renamed as MBC FM4U.
  • 2002 - Digital tapeless system conversion completed.
  • August 3, 2014 - MBC FM4U broadcasting in Yeouido Island MBC ended. (The building will be torn down soon.)
  • August 4, 2014 - MBC FM4U broadcasting in Sang-am dong MBC started.

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