Lee Sang Hoon (DS4NMJ) is actually active from the Korean Antarctic scientific station King Sejong (WAP KOR-Ø1) on the South Shetland Islands, signing DT8A.
Lee operates barefoot, just 100 Watts but he has just started to be on air all bands CW and SSB; he will stay at King Sejong Base until the end of December.
QSL manager is HL2FDW
Established on February 17, 1988, King Sejong Base consists of 11 facility buildings and two observatories, and it is located on the Barton Peninsula, King George Island. It experiences a fairly mild climate, and therefore draws a large number of animals for summer breeding (which, unsurprisingly, draw a lot of biologists).
In the summer, the station supports up to 90 people from the Korean Polar Research Institute, and guest scientists from other institutions as well. Over winter, it accommodates only 17 engineers and scientists who maintain the station and routinely collect data (meteorological records, oceanographical parameters, etc.), but their main focus is on tracking the general change of the natural environment.
The video above shows the Blizzard on King Sejong Station of Antarctica