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A Study on Satisfaction Survey for the Revitalization of the Ancient Capital Cities in Korea (고도(古都)보존육성에 관한 만족도 조사 분석)

  • Lee, Wang-Kee;Jeon, Chil-Soo
    • MUNHWAJAE Korean Journal of Cultural Heritage Studies
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    • v.48 no.4
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    • pp.94-109
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    • 2015
  • This study examines Korea's revitalization policy on the ancient capital cities, which has been set out for preserving and improving living quality of the local communities. Since it was established, the policy has faced with constant challenges such as the lack of funding for preservation and revitalization of local communities. This study aims at providing a set of recommendation on the problems on the policy. In order for the study, it takes objective and empirical analysis on the problems of the policy by executing survey on the satisfaction level of the stakeholders and policy-makers on the present policy. The survey has displayed that the government needs to 1. subsidize more budget, 2. set out a policy to reduce the inconvenience of local communities 3. establish a supportive program to help the present promotion policy. In addition, the survey analysis has proved that the elements of revitalization policy affect to the increase of satisfaction. It concludes with a set of recommendation, 1. to secure sufficient budget to implement the policy; 2. to reduce a restriction of individual rights; 3. to promote the supporting program of local community; 4. to establish governance system with officers, experts, residents, and research institutes.

Developing the Role Model of the Local Cultural Industries Agency for Promoting the Innovative Milieu in the Regional Cultural Industries (지방문화산업지원센터의 산${\cdot}$학 협력 기반 혁신환경 조성사업 모델 개발 연구)

  • Yim, Hak-Soon
    • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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    • pp.59-79
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    • 2005
  • The paper concerns the role model of the local cultural industry agencies, which were established by the local government for the purpose of fostering the regional cultural industries. In this article, the term of the innovative milieu refers to the interaction and network system for the creation, diffusion and application of knowledge. In doing so, the case on the Gyeonggi Digital Content Agency(GDCA), which has managed the Digital Animation Academy and the cultural heritage based digital content development project will be examined in terms of the network between academic and industry. As a result of the case study, it is not certain that the activities and policy programs of the GDCA has affected the improvement of the knowledge and network environment in the field of cultural content industries. This demonstrates industries rather than the innovation system as a whole. In this respect, the paper develops the Cultural Content R & D Network Model for the improvement of the creative partnership among universities, companies and public sector organizations. In addition, the paper suggests that the Digital Animation Academy should be managed in terms of the improvement of the innovative environment of the regional cultural content cluster.

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A Comparative Study on the Administration and Utilization of UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage - Kimjang and Washoku in Korea and Japan - (유네스코 인류무형문화유산의 관리와 활용 현황에 대한 한일 비교 연구 - 김장문화와 와쇼쿠(和食)를 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Hyun-Jung
    • Cross-Cultural Studies
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    • v.50
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    • pp.197-224
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    • 2018
  • Korea's Kimjang and Japan's Washoku were listed in the UNESCO's Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2013. Kimjang and Washoku not only have the meaning of a long tradition or national representative food. Additionally, UNESCO admitted the value of Kimjang and Washoku that allows members of society to share together and strengthen their solidarity through the use of it. And the identity of each nation is well represented in the Kimjang and Washoku effort. The Kimjang is managed by the Intangible Cultural Properties Department of the Cultural Heritage Administration. Likewise, the Washoku is managed by the Department of Washokusitsu of Japan's Agriculture Ministry. In regards to festivals, they are the most representative of Kimjang's contents in Korea. Kimjang can participate with a consensus of all people and must do it before the coming winter months. In this way, it is very suitable for the presentation of a festival. And there are many festivals related to Washoku in Japan, mainly manifested with local specialties. We have seen that Japan has many kinds of festivals, which encourages it to be called and known as the country of festivals. And Washoku is being fostered as the core content of the 'Cool Japan Strategy' because it has become world-renowned since it was listed as an intangible cultural heritage.

Geo-Crowdsourcing Contributions for Cultural Mapping

  • Ribeiro, Vitor;Remoaldo, Paula;Pereira, Miguel;Goja, Ricardo;Matos, Olga;Freitas, Isabel;Alves, Juliana
    • Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice
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    • v.8 no.1
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    • pp.56-67
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    • 2020
  • Over the years, cultural mapping methods have been used in several applications and contexts, for diverse cultural assets and to create new conditions for the development of local and regional resources. These methods were inspired by the development of big urban centres and regions, which have been the great engine of cultural mapping growth. The main objectives of the present paper are to provide a literature review on cultural mapping methodologies and to develop exploratory research on crowdsource tools on creative tourism which were applied to one Portuguese municipality in 2017. The research was supported by the implementation and integration of geographic information systems (GIS) and web mapping, which will become part of the solution for the growth of less developed territories and to make more interactive tourist activities. Web mapping's contribution to enhance crowd participation was measured via analysis of 12 digital photos shared through crowdsourcing. The originality of this research lies in the attempt to develop a new model for creative tourism, trying to extend the implementation of Web Mapping crowdsourcing to deprived low density territories. Results show how public participation can be amplified for the tourism market by crowdsourcing tools. These tools look very promising since they can help several members of the public at different ages to contribute to territorial knowledge, engage in activities, and collaborate through digital tools. It is a step to fulfil the lack of studies in this subject and it contributes to the way we think about future studies.

Strategies to Increase Competitiveness of Local Experience Space: A Study of the 4Es in the Experience Space of Sam-Rae Arts Village in Wanju-gun, Jeollabukdo (체험경제이론(4Es)에 따른 지역 체험전시관의 경쟁력 강화방안 : 전북 삼례문화예술촌 체험전시관을 중심으로)

  • Ha, Ji-Young;Lee, Seung-Hyun;Kim, Deok-Hyeon
    • Review of Culture and Economy
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    • v.17 no.2
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    • pp.161-184
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    • 2014
  • The dramatic rise of experience space using cultural heritage in modern architecture has been generally acknowledged in recent literature. The present study aims to investigate effective ways to enhance competitiveness in local experience space, with an emphasis on the use of cultural heritage in modern architecture. Using the case of the Sam-Rae Arts Village in Wanju-gun, Jeollabuk, this study analyzes the characteristics of the 4Es in experience economy theory. In order to arrive at findings that represent the variety of perspectives found in this context, qualitative interviews were conducted with three groups: public officials, maintenance staff in the experience center, and field experts. The results of this study revealed that the Visual Media Art Museum and Book Wooks were used for entertainment, the Corpentry Shop for education, the Book Museum for escapism, and the Design Museum Culture $Caf{\acute{e}}$ The O's for aestheticism. Additionally, depending on the commercial potential of the respective experience space, the Corpentry Shop, Book Wooks, and the Culture $Caf{\acute{e}}$ The O's were used for profit purposes while the Design Museum and the Visual Media Art Museum for non-profit. Based on the findings of the present study, effective ways to enhance competitiveness in the local experience space are suggested. First, the public nature of cultural enjoyment may be realized in a field that bears non-profit characteristics. In exhibiting works, the experience space could suggest the extra demonstration. Second, in the for-profit experience hall, the securing of tourists may help to maximize profit. In so doing, a variety of experience programs and activity spaces could be provided internally, while advertisement marketing through mobile and SNS could be reinforced externally.

The Study on the Kwang-ju Kimchi festival of resident percept (광주 김치축제의 지역주민 인식에 관한 연구)

  • 김승희;김성국
    • Culinary science and hospitality research
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    • v.6 no.3
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    • pp.409-423
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    • 2000
  • Kimchi is traditionally fermented Korea dish Which holds the sprits of the Korean people within and is valued cultually. As a local autonomy has grown in Korea, tourism industry has been during the last decade promoted aggressively in the local government. As a result tourism has been on of the fatest growing industries in the resent years. In particular, the utilization of cultural tourism resources such as regional festivals have become very popular everywhere. It is important to develop and use cultural aseets as tourism resources. The festival has turned into regional ones catering to local residents and festivals are being promoted as international tourist sites to attract foreign tourists as wellas introduce the nation's rich cultural heritage abroad. Accordingly, the Ministry of Culture and Sports has provided support in cultivation regional culturals as international tourist attractions. It taken has into account a trend in the worldwide travel industry for people to participate and experience the culture unique to their traveling destination rather than particilate in for Conventional sightseeing tours. This study result indicated that more people know the name of events the more people join the events. The reason of not joining events are a shortage of time and information, and unsatisfactory programs etc. They get some information from TV or radio. There are some different opinions among the groups which related to events. The four factors extracted from the factor analysis. But the groups don't have different needs and objectves. in the future study, it is important to investigate the tourists' needs and wants for events and to reflect.

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Utilization Research of Cultural Heritage Resources (Sosuseowon & Buseoksa) and Primary Components Analysis for Development of Yeongju Local Food Content (영주향토음식 콘텐츠개발을 위한 주성분분석 및 문화유산 (소수서원, 부석사) 자원의 활용 연구)

  • Choi, Eun Young;An, Hui Jeong
    • The Korean Journal of Food And Nutrition
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    • v.30 no.5
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    • pp.1068-1079
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    • 2017
  • This study was applied to the PCA (Primary Components Analysis) for the sixteen table setting at the 2017 Yeongju local food contest. In this contest, we have developed a seonbibansang and a temple one-dish meal. As a result of the correlation analysis, the applicability and composition were 0.7980, harmony and taste were 0.7747 and easiness and composition were 0.7435. In the Primary Component $Y_1$, all the variables $X_1{\cdots}X_{10}$ mean that the quality of the food had positive values greater than zero. The second Primary Component $Y_2$ has a large positive value while $X_4$, $X_5$, $X_6$, $X_7$, $X_9$ have negative values. $Y_2$ is a value representing the sanitation variable, and can be considered a traditional and characteristic table setting natural to the native food in Yeongju. In addition, we developed an-hyangbansang and seonmyoaecheong food content by applying PCA factors (the elements of harmony, ease and sanitation). Table setting of an-hyangbansang provided energy 61.5%, protein 20.0% and fat 18.5% and seonmyoaecheong provided energy 62.7%, protein 15.4% and fat 22.2%. This satisfied the necessary amount of caloric nutrient intake that could be provided in a meal. Especially through story-telling, a modern interpretation - or rebranding - of local and traditional foods could make these traditional food products familiar to consumers currently. The developed table setting is felt to be conductive to the possible commercialization and introduction of traditional food into the mainstream commercial food service industry.

A study of the Characteristics of Community Design for Modern Industrial Heritage's Reproduction (근대산업유산 재생을 위한 커뮤니티디자인 특성 연구)

  • Jeong, Min-Joo;Lee, Chan
    • Korean Institute of Interior Design Journal
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    • v.23 no.4
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    • pp.157-168
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    • 2014
  • In buildings on the street, indiscriminate redevelopment are being made by overlooking the relationship with surrounding landscape to create their own unique meaning, due to industrialization progressed rapidly with human needs of longing for something constantly. Selection and methods of two plans, conservation and utilization should be required, considering heritage values on industrial buildings which are being lost and aged in this redevelopment higher. The attempt for the use of modern industrial heritage becomes a hot topic, and several experimental challenges are being made. However, there are rather many cases of causing industrial buildings' depreciation and one-size-fits-all reproduction performance as it applies other examples as standards by recognizing the reproduction of modern industrial heritage as one trend, not focusing on the trend of the times or paradigm, what the times want. To minimize these problems, we focus on how to utilize industrial buildings beyond the importance of industrial buildings' reproduction, considering the quality of local residents' life as well as the expected effect obtainable due to security of local identity and reproduction of buildings, focusing on the concept of community design that offers and forms a way of community life as the design of shares based on unspecified individuals' common life. Community design's core can be called to have diversity rather than undifferentiated unity by pursuing whole unification, since local residents become those who plan design and all people participate in it. In addition, community design achieves integration with other fields as an enlarged design area without limiting in an environmental area, by making indigenously natural characteristics combined with cultural factors in one context so that people may understand the flow of the place. The importance of effects acquired from modern industrial heritage's reproduction has well-known, and the attempt for utilizing aged heritage as a new value and a function has constantly been made. Now, it's time to focus on how long it lasts through this method, rather than modern industrial heritage's reproduction itself. There can be a significance in this study in proposing methodological solutions on modern industrial heritage's reproduction, not to cause depreciation of industrial buildings by recognizing contemporary trends and uniform regeneration performance, multifaceted research is needed for creative, effective development on modern industrial heritage which will occur constantly.

A study on the Improvement Spacial Environment through the Strategies of Urban-Core Regeneration based on the Regional Resources -Focused on the Cheongju City- (지역자산기반형 도심재생 전략에 따른 공간환경 개선방안 연구 -청주시를 중심으로-)

  • Bahn, Sang-Chul
    • Journal of the Korea Academia-Industrial cooperation Society
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    • v.19 no.11
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    • pp.191-204
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    • 2018
  • In the era of diversity and creativity, autonomous regional regeneration is being emphasized. Local regeneration effects through local heritage utilization and the value of regional properties are rising. It is very meaningful to find a way to revitalize the urban regeneration system that can transform the facilities, spaces and industries in underdeveloped regions into opportune properties. This study explores the possibility of self-sustaining development by establishing an endogenous self-reliance system through the localization of industrial heritage. Competitive advantage strategies of regional properties are more important than regional comparative advantages. In the future, more attention should be paid to the intangible value of the city. A genuine city revival should be created as a place with cultural identity through artistic ecology, tradition, community, and aesthetics centering on people.

A Study on Landscape Evaluation Indicators for Agricultural and Fishery Heritage (농어업유산의 경관 평가 지표 연구)

  • Choi, Woo-Young;Kim, Dong-chan
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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    • v.43 no.5
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    • pp.74-86
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    • 2015
  • The purpose of this study was to deduce the landscape evaluation indices that can be applied from the preparation for the registration of major national farm/fishery heritages to post-management. For this purpose, the Delphi survey was performed on experts. From August to November in 2014, the primary open survey, secondary open survey, and tertiary closed survey were performed to gather opinions from 28 experts, 25 experts, and 29 experts, respectively. As a result, the landscape evaluation indices for farm/fishery heritage consisted of five areas of evaluation, ten items of evaluation, and 40 indices of evaluation. The areas of evaluation were rurality, authenticity, aesthetics, tourism potentials, and locality. Rurality was classified into rurality of farm/fishery towns and nostalgia. Authenticity was classified into objective authenticity and existential authenticity. Aesthetics was classified into attractiveness and harmony. Tourism potentials were classified into value of resources and value of usability. Locality was divided into physical originality and cultural identity. The study made the following findings: first, the general grounds of farm/fishery landscape evaluation cannot be applied when evaluating the quality of landscapes of farm/fishery heritage, as their value as a cultural heritage should be considered. Second, the new indices valued emotional factors in addition to the physical factors considered by the existing farm/fishery landscapes. The new indices involved a more expanded concept of landscapes as it also considers everyday or temporary activities, including the farm/fishery activities of local people or participation in festivals and experience programs. Third, farm/fishery heritage focuses on the lives of local people, as it involves both the synchronic and the diachronic perspectives to see what is currently visible and what is no longer visible. This brings into consideration not only the farms and the natural environments but also their relationships with the villages, especially the residential areas. Finally, the indices reflected both the farm/fishery heritage's value as cultural heritage and its value for tourism. They derived temporary and dynamic landscapes, including the trading activities of local specialty markets in relation to the production landscapes. However, further studies should be conducted as this study could not rate the relative importance of indices or compare the total scores of landscapes without the weight of each item.