I'm posting this on behalf of Lee Joohyun with GFN 98.7FM, Gwangju's English-language radio station, who's looking for interesting people to talk to on her "City of Light" segment. She's looking for expats in the area "closely working with non-governmental organizations" or with experience working with and organizing with human rights organizations or community service programs. She invites you to email reporterj at gfn.or.kr or to call 010-6202-9799 if you're interested.
I'll open it up and add that GFN would like to hear from any expats doing interesting things in their community. I've made fun of GFN in the past for being more an English-practice station than an English-language one, working more toward making Gwangju look international than toward actually reaching out to an English-speaking audience. Hell, remember their slogan contest? But one way to combat that is to get more involved and make GFN more relevant to the community. A radio station won't be the main source of information for expats here, but that doesn't mean it can't be used to its fullest potential by gaining more participants.