The Daily Mail reported how radio amateur Jordan Heyburn MI6JVCreceived DPKR’s Voice of Korea broadcast, sent a report and in return got a QSL card and some publications
The Daily Mail says:
After picking up the state-run broadcast, he decided to send a reception report to the station – a common courtesy among radio buffs meant to show a transmission was received.
But he got the shock of his life when he received a reply sent out of the blue to his home, which included newspapers and magazines, a book, a personal note on the weather and even an English-language program schedule for the broadcast.
Schedule and frequencies for DPKR Voice of Korea
Summer is traditionally a slack period for news, so an ideal time to tell your Local or National Newspaper about amateur radio and get publicity for the hobby
• Thanks to Mike Barraclough of British DX Club for spotting this item