SBS Love FM

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SBS Love FM (HLSQ-SFM)
Broadcast area South Korea South Korea
Frequency AM: 792 KHz
FM: 103.5 MHz (Seoul)
FM: 98.3 MHz (Icheon)
First air date March 20, 1991(AM)
January 1, 1999(FM)
Format K-Pop music, trot music, News
Owner SBS
Webcast Listen Live
Website SBS Radio Website

SBS Love FM (Hangul : SBS 러브FM also known as SBS Love FM) is a trot music, K-Pop music and News radio station of the Seoul Broadcasting System. The Station is known for giving away Radio Sets during Noh Sa-yeon and Lee Sung-mi show.[1] The station is heard nationwide via syndication with only one local FM station in Korea via HLDG-SFM in Busan.

History[edit]

  • 1990-11-14 : Seoul Broadcasting System Co., Ltd. was established.
  • 1991-03-20 : SBS AM Launched.
  • 1993-07-01 : SBS Enhanced its AM transmitting station
  • 1993-07-18 : SBS AM Started South Korea's First Stereo AM Broadcast.
  • 1999-01-01 : SBS Love FM Launched.
  • 2004 : Started South Korea's first internet radio broadcast via Gorealra PC application.
  • 2005 : Started South Korea's first internet visual radio (BORA) broadcast.
  • 2008-08 : Renamed as SBS Love FM.
  • 2015-06-30 : SBS Love FM Icheon relay station started broadcasting.
  • 2016-05-10 : SBS Regional Standard-FM Network's First establish: KNN

Stations[edit]

Seoul, Gyeonggi, Incheon[edit]

Callsign Frequency Power (㎾)
HLSQ 792㎑ 50㎾
HLSQ-SFM 103.5㎒ 10㎾

Other Provinces[edit]

  • Icheon via Icheon SBS on FM 98.3㎒
  • Busan and Gyeongnam via HLDG-SFM on FM 105.7㎒

Air Staff[edit]

Known D.J.s[edit]

  • Seo Du-Won
  • DJ Cho Ri
  • Lee Min-Young
  • Jeong Jin-woon
  • Jeon Young-sook
  • Jung Jin-young
  • Shin Dong-woo
  • Lee Jung-hwan
  • Cha Sun-woo
  • Gong Chan-shik
  • Park Mi-Yeon
  • Cho Ja-Young
  • Yang Jung-Yoon
  • Bae Woo-Hee
  • Cho Ka-Eun
  • Cho Su-Bin
  • Noh Sa-yeon
  • Lee Sung-mi
  • Jeong Ma-Roo
  • Bong Man-dae
  • Kim Heung-kuk
  • Nam Hee-seok
  • Kang Eun-Hye

News Presenters[edit]

  • Kim Jungwoo
  • Cho Seunghee
  • Woo Jiseok
  • Han Nayeon
  • Kim Yuhwan
  • Oh Yeonkyung
  • Oh Sungjong
  • Jin Hyewon
  • Shin Jongkook
  • Seo Eunkyo
  • Park Sejoon
  • Lee Soomi
  • Choi Sungmin
  • Heo Chanmi
  • Lee Kwanghaeng
  • Choi Ji Hyun
  • Jeong Maroo
  • Park Yongsoo
  • Kang Inoh

Programs[edit]

Air time Programmes DMB and SBS Local Network
DMB HLDG-SFM
Weekdays Weekends Weekdays Weekends Weekdays Weekends
05:00 SBS News
05:05 Mind is always youth ×
06:00 SBS Observatory (Mon~Sat, Part 1, 2) SBS News
06:05 (Weekends) Books and music (Sun, Part 1, 2)
07:00 SBS Morning General News
07:10 SBS Observatory (Mon ~ Sat, Part 3, 4) Books and Music (Sun, Part 3, 4)
08:00 SBS News ×
08:05 Love FM Radio Show (Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4)
10:00 SBS News
10:05 Love FM Radio Show (Parts 5 and 6) Section Radio
11:00 Nam Hee-seok's Cider (Mon~Sat) Jang Hyeon-gyu's Real People (Sun)
12:00 SBS Noon General News
12:20 (Weekdays) 12:10 (Weekends) Yoon Hyeong-bin and Yang Se-hyeong's Two Men Show
14:00 SBS News Line@ SBS News@ × ×
14:20 (Weekdays)
14:05 (Weekends)
DJ Boom's Driving Club@ 2 O'clock Music Show@ × × × ×
16:00 SBS News@ ×
16:05 Kim Heung Gook and Bong Man-dae's Live Walk@ Delicious Radio × ×
18:00 SBS News@ ×
18:05 Sister's Radio@
20:00 SBS Eight O'Clock News SBS News@ × ×
20:30 (Weekdays) 20:05 (Weekends) Popular Music Show@ × ×
22:00 SBS News ×
22:05 Romantic Radio ×
24:00 Feel Good Night ×
02:00 Music Topia
04:00 Saengsaenggayo Radio ×

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]