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A study on the Occurrence of Paekche Burnished black pottery and their Reproduction (백제시대 흑색마연토기의 산출과 재현연구)

  • Choi, Suck Won;Lee, Nam Seok;Lee, Jae Hwang;Lee, Hyun Sook;Cbae, Sang Jeong
    • MUNHWAJAE Korean Journal of Cultural Heritage Studies
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    • v.34
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    • pp.4-18
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    • 2001
  • Paekche black potteries are earthenwares begun to be produced at the beginning of Paekche Dynasty, around 3-century. They have typical Paekche style. Representative Paekche earthenwares are burnished black pottery, long oval shaped pots and shoulder pots. Among these, burnished black potteries are limited to Paekche in the occurrence site and age. Their numbers are a few. To reproduce black pottery, their compositions were analyzed. As a result of X-Ray analysis, quarts, feldspar, illite, muscovite, and anorthite were found on their surfaces and imsides spinel and vermiculite were found on their surfaces. Since same constituent minerals were found on surfaces and their insides, special other materials were not added to make surface black. With the showing vermiculite, they were made higher than $800^{\circ}C$. As a result of analysis, fine grained clay bad been influenced by the black smoke. Its luster was appeared by polishing with a big flat wooden spoon. The black color was made of smoking when the hot pot taken off from burning oven was covered with the wet pine leaves.

A Study of renovation for the cultural resourceful utilization of traditional high-class housing designated as a cultural property - Focusing n the No.27 National Folklore Resource Kongdukguiga - (문화재 지정 전통 상류주택의 문화자원적 활용을 위한 전시기념관으로의 리노베이션 계획 연구 - 민속자료 27호 공덕귀가를중심으로 -)

  • 안주영;최상헌
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Interior Design Conference
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    • pp.118-121
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    • 1999
  • Traditional housing must be conserved simultaneously with not only the building itself, but the circumstances of the surroundings. Hence, traditional housing should be developed as a product of a culture environment. However, most cultural properties have recently been treated as only a piece of property by irresponsible maintenance practices and damage placed on private traditional housing. Apparently, it has not always been a result of dweller's negligence. Thus, various policies must be needed to effectively preserve traditional housing. To do so, this study will indicate a new direction for the circumstance of preservation through cultural employment of traditional high-class housing as well as reduce maintenance and damage for dweller's convenience. Furthermore, this study will propose a renovation for popularization of Korean cultural assets through the gradual implementation of both economic value and public worth.

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Study on the Legal Policy for Restitution of Illegally Exported Cultural Properties in Foreign Countries (해외 소재 불법 문화재의 환수를 위한 법정책적 연구)

  • Song, Ho-Young
    • MUNHWAJAE Korean Journal of Cultural Heritage Studies
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    • v.48 no.4
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    • pp.24-43
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    • 2015
  • Since 2011, when Oegyujanggak Uigwe(Records of the State Rites of the Joseon Dynasty) were returned from France, which were looted in 1866 by the French Navy, national attention to our cultural properties abroad was explosively increased and public pressure has been mounting that those cultural properties should be returned in Korea. According to the statistics of "Overseas Korean Cultural Heritage Foundation" Korean cultural Properties, which exist in foreign countries, amounts 160,342 in total 20 countries. Among them about half of them are estimated to be illegally exported cultural property, these are to be restituted. However, in reality it is not so easy to restitute illegally exported cultural properties. For this, it needs to be established a long-term and systematic plan for return of cultural properties from other countries. This paper starts from such a critical mind and tries to find legal policy measures for the return of illegally exported cultural properties. To this end, the author first describes motive and aim of this research in chapter I. and overviews basic understanding and current situation of export of cultural property as well as means and methods of return of cultural property in chapter II. and then deals with international and national norms that are involved in the dispute concerned return of cultural properties in chapter III. Based on this research, in chapter IV., which can be considered as a key part of this paper, the author proposed nine legal policy measures for restitution of cultural properties from foreign countries. That is, actual condition survey of cultural properties in foreign countries, unified management and implement of export ID on cultural properties, fund-raising for the diversification of means of return of cultural properties. local utilization of cultural properties, joining in the multilateral conventions and expansion of the bilateral agreements, restitution and cooperation through international organizations, restitution through lawsuit and arbitration, training experts on restitution of cultural property and networking with foreign experts. Finally, the author summarized his opinion in chapter V. which comprehended researching the above.

Study on the Urethane Restoration Filling Material and Adhesive for Stone Cultural Heritage (석조문화재 복원용 우레탄 메움제 및 접착제에 관한 연구)

  • Han, Won-Sik;Lee, Ho-Youn;Park, Gi-Jung;Hong, Tae-Kee;Wi, Koang-Chul
    • Journal of Conservation Science
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    • v.27 no.1
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    • pp.115-121
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    • 2011
  • A Urethane resin restoration material was made to be used in the restoration of stone cultural assets. The Urethane resin restoration material showed strong adhesive strength and tensile strength similar to epoxy recovery material, which had been mainly used for the recovery of stone cultural assets. The sealing property, anti-shrinking property and paint-ability of Urethane resin restoration material are also similar to existing epoxy system restoration materials. Especially, this Urethane resin restration material is expected to give permanence and continuous stability in the restoration of cultural assets made in stone by resolving the two big issues of existing epoxy recovery material, which are 'yellowing' and 'ir-reversibility'. This Urethane resin restration material had been directly applied as a filling material and adhesive and it was dissolved again. The Urethane resin, which had been used for the recovery, was able to be perfectly removed, which means that this Urethane resin recovery material has perfect reversibility. This Urethane resin restoration material also has enhanced convenience since user can adjust the working-life dependent on work environment. It is believed that this Urethane resin restoration material can also be used as a filling material or adhesive for other cultural assets made of ceramic or metal heritage, in addition to stone, since it has strong adhesive strength and tensile strength.

A Study of Design and Implementation of Cultural Property Contents Using Augmented Reality (증강현실을 이용한 문화재 콘텐츠 설계 및 구현 연구)

  • Suh, Donghee
    • Journal of Industrial Convergence
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    • v.17 no.4
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    • pp.15-20
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    • 2019
  • Augmented reality is used in various fields such as culture, education, military, medical. This is a method of recognizing information of an augmented object on the camera. Exhibitions and educational contents for children are already produced in various ways. This research showed the developed contents deliver cultural property information using augmented reality. 'Galgibi AR' and 'Jang Young-sil's Invention AR' allow you to experience cultural assets up close. 'Galgibi AR' is the experience content in the form of 3D blocks. It makes to understand the structure of the zeolite, Galgibi. 'Jang Young-sil's Invention AR' make you to watch out four objects in detail by zooming in, zooming out and rotating. It can also take pictures with the inventions. Both contents implement what we want to deliver accurately through simple content. They increase the enjoyment of cultural heritage through experience contents. This research addressed to help the cultural property information spread to the public by using Augmented Reality.

Scientific Analysis of Metal in Chinese and Korean Traditional Gold Thread (중국과 한국 전통금사 금속의 과학적 분석 연구)

  • Jeong, Seon Hye;Yu, Ji A;Chung, Yong Jae;Sim, Yeon Ok
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.37 no.6
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    • pp.764-771
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    • 2013
  • The metal component of Chinese and Korean traditional gold thread was analyzed nondestructively using P-XRF and classified morphologically. In the nondestructive analysis of 22 Chinese and Korean artifacts, there were 10 gold threads made up of Au in China and 7 in Korea; in addition, there were 4 silver threads made up of Ag in Korea and 1 copper thread made up of Cu in China. In the morphological classification, 7 gilt paper strips were confirmed in China and Korea and 4 wrapped threads were identified in China and Korea. Zn, Sn and Fe (minor components of the threads) were detected. These components were assumed to be transferred from the metal found in burial goods.

Socio-cultural Interpretation of Fast Fashion Phenomenon (패스트패션(Fast Fashion) 현상에 대한 사회문화적 해석)

  • Ro, Ju-Hyun;Kim, Min-Ja
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.59 no.3
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    • pp.27-41
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    • 2009
  • Interpreting the phenomenon of Fast fashion that is prevalent these days, this research is meaningful in that it prepares the frame which suggests the vision to read the trend of 2000s and analyzes the property of phenomenon of Fast Fashion in the connection with society and culture. The so[io-cultural property can be largely characterized by consumption orientation, change orientation, efficiency, moment and multiculturism. Analyzing the phenomenon of fast fashion that emerged after 2000 on the basis of such sociocultural background, it is largely classified into imitation, fashionability, disposability, portability, transformation and convergence. Due to the hi-polarization of consumption, people tend to select imitated goods, and people accustomed to speed get interested in the fashionability of all Phenomena. Further, society that is transient and changing rapidly makes the habit of purchasing in disposability. The property of nomad society encourages to keep the habit of portability. Such change-oriented society and rapidly changing life pattern make them adapt in diverse transformation modes of Fast Fashion. Further, multi-cultural world integrates enterprises through combination of all cultures and the convergence of all factors.

A Study on the Film Performance by Physical Properties of Gelatin(Glue) in Dancheong (젤라틴(아교)의 물성에 따른 단청 도막의 성능비교 연구)

  • Park, Ji Hye;Jeong, Seon Hye;Kim, Ik Joo;Chung, Yong Jae
    • Journal of Conservation Science
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    • v.29 no.1
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    • pp.25-33
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    • 2013
  • This study aims to investigate the film performance by physical properties of glue and gelatin in traditional paint(Dancheong). To do this, homemade, commercial glue and gelatin was selected and evaluated water reaction and weatherproof. The result, the highest gel strength, gelatin was better than acrylic acid ester resin, when compared with hygroscopic property and adhesive property. And that was better than in any others, when compared with water-proofing.

Application Method of Virtual Reality by Types of Intangible Cultural Properties (무형문화재 유형별 가상현실 적용 방법에 관한 연구)

  • Song, Eun-Jee
    • Journal of the Korea Institute of Information and Communication Engineering
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    • v.22 no.11
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    • pp.1489-1494
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    • 2018
  • Recently, culture technology (CT), which combines cultural contents and IT technology, is being watched as a new growth engine, and IT technology is actively utilized in preserving, inheriting and utilizing cultural heritage. For this, new areas of convergence of IT technology and cultural heritage are attracting attention. In particular, virtual reality is a representative area of IT convergence in the era of the fourth industrial revolution. Although some studies have been conducted to utilize virtual reality technology to preserve and inform cultural heritage, it is mainly limited to tangible cultural properties. In this study, we propose a methodology to develop contents of intangible cultural heritage using virtual reality technology in intangible cultural properties. To do this, we classify the types of intangible cultural properties to apply the technology to each type of intangible cultural property. Next, virtual reality, augmented reality, and $360^{\circ}VR$ video technology are applied to the intangible cultural properties classified.

A Monitoring and Evaluation on the Project for Utilization of Cultural Property - Focused on the Project "SaengSaeng Cultural Property" in 2016 - (문화재활용 사업 모니터링 및 평가 - 2016년 생생문화재사업을 중심으로 -)

  • Park, Dong-Seok
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Traditional Landscape Architecture
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    • v.35 no.1
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    • pp.90-103
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    • 2017
  • This study carried out field evaluation by experts, monitoring by the public, and visitor satisfaction survey for 88 sites by using cultural property projects that received support from "SaengSaeng Cultural Property"in 2016. The result of the comprehensive evaluation was 'good', the part of planning, outcome, annual special index were 'good', field operation and performance were 'normal'. The field evaluation was rated as 'normal' by experts, monitoring by the public was 'good', and visitor satisfaction survey was also 'good'. The advantages of the project were as follows; increased enjoyment of local cultural assets, utilization of historical and cultural heritage as tourism, expansion of local participation and cooperation. On the other hand, the disadvantages were as follows; shortage of promotion to other local people, deterioration of program's quality, insufficient materials for explanation of cultural assets, insufficient program for staying. We suggested measures to develop the project as follows; developing paid contents in order to secure sustainability, connection with other programs, developing representative program and brand, improvement of environment to participate, strengthening of role for experienced local organization, utilization of local artists and volunteers, exchange between local organization, promoting by government organization, managing existing visitors, establishing of strategy for promotion, improvement of monitoring by the public, strengthening of reflection of visitor's opinions, consulting for each programs.