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First licensed as HL5BVQ in Ulsan, Korea back in 1988. In 2013, I moved to HL4 land and became HL4BVQ. Main interests are CW, low band and some vintage and/or tube type radios even though I do not invest much time on my hobby lately. Aside from amateur radio I also enjoy scuba diving, model aircraft.

Majoring chemistry and worked for oil refining company for many years. Now I am trying to develope alternative medicine, more precicely naturopathic medicine to cure all kinds of disorders from the modernization. http://www.bonghanmall.com
please note: I do not accept qsl cards through the internet, only through the buro or direct. All qsl cards sent direct must have a self addressed stamped envelope or green stamp(s) or valid irc(s), those qsl cards sent direct without green stamp, valid irc or sase will be returned via the buro, thank you.

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