received a "Letter of Appreciation" from the Minister of
Communication, Republic of Korea, on 5/17/65 in recognition of his service to
the telecommunication of Korea, at the ITU (International
Telecommunication Union - an UN organization) Centenial Ceremony held by the Ministry of Communication, R.O.K.
|| KARL sent 2nd.
expedition of HM9A/p to Dokdo Island in Feb.,
1962 to demonstrate Dokdo is a Korean territory,
while Japan argues it is theirs.
exhibited HM9A/p operation at the 6th. National Science Exhibition
in Kyongbok Palace in November 1960, which
was the first exhibition of ham radio to Korean public. Many visitors to the
Science Exhibition saw the ham radio station operation for the first time and
booth were always so much crowded every day.
1960, KARL operated the first portable ham radio station
HM9A/p in Cheju Island to commemorate the official start of Korean ham radio.
It was the first expedition of ham radio in Korea.
the pictures of 4th. Annual Convention of the Korean Amateur Radio
League, Inc. at the KBS Hall on 6/7/59.
There were about little more than 100 members at that time and all of them
were invited to the meeting every year.
The Korean Amateur Radio
League, Inc. was founded on April 20, 1955
with about 50 people at a class room of Dong-Kook Radio High School, mostly
student of Dong-Kook Radio High School and Engineering College, Seoul National