In a message just received, Lee Sang-hoon says that after 15 days of self-isolation, he will ride I/B Araon tomorrow.
Lee wrote: Fortunately, I got a chance to be back to King Sejong Station. It is last day for self-quarantine today, I will be on ARAON the Korean Icebreaker.
We will leave here on 31 oct 2020 and drop by Jangbogo station (WAP KOR-Ø2) for a while and then King Sejong station (WAP KOR-Ø1).
I will be at King Sejong station around January 15th 2021. I’ll keep in touch.
TNX Lee Sang-hon DS4NMJ
Lee, return for the 6th time in Antarctica … our congrats! Take care Lee, we’ll be looking for you though!
King Sejong Station,
62° 13’ 22” South, 58° 47’ 18” West, is located on the coast of Maxwell Bay, surrounded by King George Island and Nelson Island in the South Shetland Islands, parallel to
the Antarctic Peninsula of West Antarctica.
The King Sejong Station (WAP KOR-Ø1) was inaugurated in February 1988 as year-round station. Overwinter party, consisting of around 17 crew members, is on duty for the operation and maintenance of station.
In the Austral summer season, approximately 100 international researchers visit the station to conduct various scientific research activities.
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