(Korea)–And, the Far East Broadcasting Company says they recently got a license to establish a station in the southwest coastal city of Ulsan. According to FEBC, that’s an area that’s only five percent Christian. Ulsan is the seventh largest city in South Korea and also known as the industrial capital of the country. Test broadcasts began in December for HLQR-FM, with a goal of broadcasting full time in March 2002. Please pray that the outreach continues to meet with open hearts.
Story number 5 for 20 Feb 2002
By davidvranishFebruary 20, 2002
About Korea, South
- Primary Language: Korean
- Primary Religion: Non-Religious
- Evangelical: 16.8%