DAB broadcasting is well-developed in South Korea and there is much DMB TV. It should be noted that the audio codec for DMB is different in South Korea from that used in Europe and so a standard South Korean DMB receiver may not work in Europe.
Block ROK 8B: 183.008 MHz (Seogwipo)
Block ROK 11B: 201.008 MHz (Cheongju)
Block ROK 12B: 207.008 MHz (Busan) (Ulsan) (Jeonju)
Block ROK 13B: 213.008 MHz (Chuncheon) (Gangneung) (Jeju City)
Chuncheon - June 2006; Daegu - August 2007; Daejeon - January 2007; Gangneung - November 2007; Gwangju - June 2004; Jeju - June 2006; Jeonju - January 2007; Ulsan - November 2007
This ensemble, operated as a Multiple Frequency Network, covers most of the country with the exception of the capital Seoul, where a separate ensemble operates.