Each weekday KCR has regular features: Catholic teaching from the Peace Broadcasting Centre (PBC) Korea, a daily music special, a daily Korean storybook, two comprehensive news bulletins and a community noticeboard. In addition there are specialist topics on specific days. See the daily players for details.
Kiyoun has previously worked at the Korean broadcasting station (MBC) as an announcer and FM radio DJ. Now she is producing and hosting two radio programmes at Planet FM - My Music Studio and KCR Talk Show. Kiyoun likes all kinds of music, especially the classics, and enjoys volunteering with KCR.
Rosa Kim came to NZ in 1993 and has been presenting news on KCR since 1998. The mother of two teenage girls, Rosa teaches a weekly class of Korean at Northcote Intermediate and works as the beauty consultant in a city duty-free store. A keen golfer, Rosa also loves swimming.
Min-Jeong is well travelled but has settled in Auckland with her family. She enjoys the company of friends over an espresso and delights in the company of young adults. Min-Jeong connects with the community through her radio work and with the world by surfing the internet.
Na-Hyun has been living in NZ with her family since 1994. She is a self-employed registered music therapist working with children and adolescents with disabilities, and a piano tutor. Apart from volunteering at KCR, she also works for the youth group of the Korean parish. She loves singing, playing and listening to music and reading.
Chun Sun has been living with her family in NZ since 2006. She loves music and at university in Korea she hosted Classic Music broadcasts. Chun Sun works as an after-school teacher for special needs and other children and volunteers at the Korean School of Auckland teaching Korean language. Travel and poetry are her other pleasures.
Seong Hee came to New Zealand in 2001. She is a craftswoman working with wood and paint, also loving to sew, knit and quilt. Calling on such talents she opened her own shop specialising in sewing and craft, but still manages to weave in time to present the community bulletins on KCR.
May fell in love with New Zealand when she came for a holiday in 2001 and she has been living here ever since. She worked as a broadcaster for 15 years in Korea at KBS and MBC and decided to pursue her passion at KCR. She is currently running a health programme on KCR and works as an acupuncturist and herbalist.