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Analysis of Preference for Fishing Village Experience Recreation Village According to Individual's Background Characteristics (개인의 배경적 특성에 따른 어촌체험휴양마을 선호도 분석)

  • Choi, Kyuchul;Kim, Jungtae;Lee, Seogu;Kang, Dongseon
    • Journal of The Korean Society of Agricultural Engineers
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    • v.63 no.2
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    • pp.33-40
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    • 2021
  • The purpose of this study is to analysis the influence of personal backgrounds on the preference of fishing village experience recreation villages. As the analysis method, binary logistic regression analysis was used. Dependent variables are experience recreation villages (rural and fishing). The independent variables consist of 9 groups of people: gender, age, family type, marital status, presence of children, principal companion, fishing village image, visit experience villages, recognition of fishing village experience recreation village. As a result of the analysis, it was found that the tourist's gender, age, family type, marital status, presence of children, principal companion, fishing village image, visit experience villages, recognition of fishing village experience recreation village influence the preference of fishing village experience recreation village. By characteristics of each group, it was found that male prefer fishing village experience recreation villages 1.597 times as much as female, and those with a positive image about fishing villages prefer fishing village experience recreation villages as much as 2.644 times than those with negative images. In addition, it was found that those who visited the fishing village experience and recreation village prefer the fishing village experience village about six times more than those who have never visited.

Study on the Solving Conflicts between Fishing Village Community and Residents in using Community Fishing Ground (마을어장 이용에 따른 어촌계와 주민간의 갈등 해소 방안 연구)

  • CHOI, Young-Chan
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.21 no.4
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    • pp.568-575
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    • 2009
  • On the conflict factors in using community fishing ground and their solutions, some conclusions are derived with the survey for fishing villages, residents, tourists as follows: Jeju Island has beautiful sceneries with seas in all the directions and so remarkable potential as personal experience fishing village. For sustainable development of ecological tourism in each fishing village, systematic, long-term development plans and management systems through decision making with residents in fishing and non-fishing villages are demanded. For tourist development of fishing village, protection management systems for marine and swampy land are needed first of all. Next, economical profit and the participation of resident have first priority, and also individual standards for each village are urgently prepared based on the results of basic research on each village. Finally, educations on environment and fishing village with professional tourist guide are needed. Ecological protection, environmental education, resident participation, local government's concern, and financial support could solve residential conflicts and make Jeju Island a Mecca of local fishing village tourism.

A Study on Influence of Fishing Villages Experience Program Choice by the Tourist Characteristics (관광객 특성에 따른 어촌체험프로그램 선택의 영향력 분석)

  • Lee, Seo-Gu;Choi, Kyu-Chul;Kim, Jung-Tae
    • Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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    • v.26 no.3
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    • pp.1-12
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    • 2020
  • The purpose of this study is to analysis the influence of fishing villages experience programs choice by the tourist characteristics. As an analysis method, a statistical technique of multinomial logistic regression was used. The dependent variable have typified about 70 fishing experience programs, such as tidal-flat experience, fishery experience, and fishing experience, operated by the fishing village experience recreation villages into 9 programs. The independent variables consisted of 7 groups of people: gender, age, marital status, presence of children, experience of visiting a village in a rural and fishing village experience, preference of a village in a recreational experience, and recognition of a village in a fishing village experience. As a result of analysis, no significant differences were found that the selection group preferring 'fishing culture experience', 'leports experience', 'ecological craft experience', and 'festival and event experience' in the selection of fishing village experience program compared to the group choosing 'rural experience'. On the other hand, the group preferring 'tidal flat experience' analysis that 'married' is about 14 times higher than 'unmarried', and the group preferring 'fishing village experience' is 9.55 times higher than the group preferring 'rural village experience'. In the group preferring 'fishery experience' and 'fishing experience', the group preferring 'fishing experience recreation village' was 9.21 times and 14.34 times higher than the group preferring 'rural experience recreation village'. In the 'food experience', 'married' was 25 times higher than 'unmarried'.

A Study on Development direction for the Fishing Village Community according to Its Environmental Changes (어촌환경 변화에 대응한 어촌공동체 발전방향)

  • KIM, Dae-Young
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.29 no.3
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    • pp.899-908
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    • 2017
  • The purpose of this study is to identify challenges related to social, economic and environmental change for fishing villages and suggest the developmental direction of fishing village to actively respond to new changes. This study mainly focuses on fishing village fraternities. Its current problems are summarized as follows: shortage of labor, population aging, entry barrier against newcomers, insufficient guidance and supervision functions, lack of funds of new projects and inadequate statistics and data. The fishing village community in the modern meaning of the term can be understood as an economic and flexible social-cultural community based on openness, cooperation instead of exclusiveness and closeness, which aligns fisheries with local industries. Thus, in order for the fishing village community to improve, the followings areas required. First, strengthening capacity of the fishing village community. Second, establishing the database system and the third, reorganizing the fishing village community into a sea village community.

The Status of and Comparision between Ui-do Island of Korea and Ri-do Island of Japan (한국(韓國) 위도(蝟島)와 일본(日本) 리도(離島)의 현황(現況)과 비교(比較))

  • Chung, Heung-Ki
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.49-56
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    • 1997
  • It is the developing policy of fishing village of korea that the fishermen are not to leave their fishing village by the construction of abandant and rich fishing village in the social, cultural and economic side of view. The government has promoted the project to improve the fishing and agrarian village from 1992 year, but it is not so helpful to solve the problem of the island and fishing village. Therefore, it has to improve the structure of fishing village and to develope the vital and lively fishing village, Japan had enacted the special law for the promotion of out-island which was called the law for the promotion of Ri-do isalnd, and commenced to develop the Ri-do island. The law for the promotion of Ri-do island is limited to 10 years, but it was amended 10 times and Japanese government has invested as many as budget to Ri-do isalnd during 30 years. Korean government also had enacted and enforced the special law for the promotion of out-isalnd developement referring to Japanese system. However, it is neccessary at first to improve the system that the fishing village is able to develope the fishing port in order to make higher the efficiency of investment. Moverover, the earning differentials bewteen the city and the fishing village has to decrease by the developement of transport convenience and pavement of the road of the out-isalnd and remote fishing village. Otherwise, it is requested rapidily to set up the welfare policy for the aged people because the inhabitants of fishing village become to great age, and inhabitants could be at least diagnose one time every week in the good medical facilities. The ministry of marine and fisheries has to permit the sports fishing business by the small fishing vessel in order to increase the income of inhabitants of fishing village and put a lot of the fishing reefs which are constructed to 2-3 story into the sea. And then the sports fishing business will be flourish by the small fishing vessel.

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A Study on the Development of Urbanized Fishing Villages by Framework - Focus on Fishing villages in Busan City - (프레임워크를 활용한 도시어촌 개발방향에 관한 연구 -부산시의 어촌마을을 중심으로-)

  • Hong, Sung-Min
    • Journal of The Korean Digital Architecture Interior Association
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    • v.13 no.4
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    • pp.41-50
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    • 2013
  • One of the important point in the development of urban fishing villages is to create various alternatives providing appropriate environment of fishing villages by keeping the characteristics of each fishing village. The purpose of this study is to suggest an urban-planning alternation to main fishing villages in Busan city by adaptation of the framework analysis, by adapting differentiated strategy considering the characteristics of each fishing village and by having similarities of development direction the whole city. At the same time this study is to propose against imprudent development of certain fishing villages or staying physical issues of existing plans about fishing villages. So this study is willing to visualize the frame of village and suggest the development direction after analyzing the 6 fishing villages(Songjeong village, Millak village, Daebyeon village, Gongsu village, Duho village, Dongam village) representing Busan city by using the five development types extracted from the type of cultural city. In addition, this study is used the framework analysis as the visual tool of potential elements and development direction in fishing villages by making frame of the most revealing cultural or environmental elements.

A Typology of Experience Program of Fishing Village Tourism in Gangneung -An Application of Model of the Four Realms of an Experience by Pine & Gilmore (강릉시 어촌관광 체험 프로그램의 유형화 - Pine & Gilmore의 체험영역 모델 적용 -)

  • Lee, Young-Jin;Song, Young-Min;Lee, Kwang-Pyo
    • Journal of Fisheries and Marine Sciences Education
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    • v.23 no.4
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    • pp.695-708
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    • 2011
  • Nowadays, fishing village is in trouble because of the depletion of fishing resources and an aging population. Fishing village tourism can do important roles for improving these situation as alternative resources. This study monitored 6th fishing villages in Gangneung for discovering materials of fishing village experiences. The materials have classified based on model of the four realms of an experience by Pine & Gilmore which are composed of escapist, esthetic, entertainment, education. The results showed that Jumoonjin and Youngjin village had entertainment and escapist experience programs, Sodol village had escapist and esthetic experience programs, Geumjin village had entertainment and esthetic experience programs, Jumoon 5 ri village had entertainment, SaCheon village had escapist experience programs. The results of this study can give implications for efficient management of fishing village experience program, especially can provide fishing village experience programs tourist prefer among the four realms of an experience.

A Study on the Revitalize Fishing Villages through the Analysis of Amenity Resources (어메니티자원 분석을 통한 어촌마을의 활성화 방안에 관한 연구)

  • Ahn, Gye-Bog
    • Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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    • v.16 no.4
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    • pp.147-156
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    • 2010
  • Among the towns of GyeongJu and SamCheok on which I have surveyed about their amenity resources in 2010, I chose 5 towns that are close to the Eastsea to analyze the data and to devise how to revitalize fishing villages. And the results are as follows. 1. Although Yangbuk-myeon is geographically located to have all the aspects of fishing village, farming village, and mountain village, the resources utilized are mainly that of mountain village. There is need to utilize actively historical amenity resources like Munmudaewangreung of Yangbuk-myeon. 2. The use of amenity resources of Yangnam-myeon is centered on farm and mountain village. But if they utilize amenity resources of fishing villages of Eupcheon-port's neighborhood, it would be a big help for the revitalization of Yangnam-myeon which is depressed. 3. The fishing mackerels on boat of Gampo-eup Jeonchonri is a successful example of utilization of fishing village's amenity resources. However, there is need to utilize amenity resources of farming and mountain villages that are near to Gampo-eup, so it can attract visitors to stay longer. Particularly, the fishing villages of the East coast must develop 4 seasons program connecting the amenity resources of neighboring farm and mountain. 4. Geundeok-myeon is a town where they made the amenity resources of fishing village into tourist attractions. But considering the wide gap between Geundeok-myeon and neighboring fishing, farming and mountain villages that cannot get the advantage of development, there has to be some inducement in policy so every town can be developed evenly. 5. After analyzing how the towns utilize the amenity resources to make them tourist attraction, it is shown that Geundeok-myeon of SamCheok is the best town which is using fishing village's amenity resources well, and Yangnam-myeon and Yangbuk-myeon of GyeongJu are scarcely using them. About types of tourist attraction, the programs with scenic view of fishing village, with water-sport, and with Eco-experience are needed to improved.

Analysis of the Performance and Change of Resident Consciousness of the Fishing Village Specialization Capacity Enhancement Project through Surveys - Focusing on the Comparative Analysis of Consciousness of Inland Water and Coastal Residents - (어촌특화 역량강화사업의 성과 및 주민의식 변화분석)

  • Yang, Min-Ho;Kim, Ki-Sung;Koh, Jin-Young
    • Journal of The Korean Society of Agricultural Engineers
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    • v.63 no.2
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    • pp.19-31
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    • 2021
  • The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries has been promoting the 'Fishing Village Specialization Capacity Enhancement Project' to pursue sustainable development of villages such as income generation by using local tangible and intangible resources led by local residents at the village level since 2013. For the fishing village-Specialization capacity enhancement project, six training sessions (mainly in the village unit) are selected by the public offering method, and the project (income generating business, village development project, etc.) is developed for the selected village residents. It has a process of establishing a village project plan (a preliminary plan for village development or a sixth preliminary industrialization plan) based on the training of experts 5 times, practice or excursion 1 time). In this study, four villages in Gangwon-do fishing villages (two coastal villages and two inland water villages) were surveyed on the perception and satisfaction of fishing village development projects before and after training. The survey analysis was conducted by dividing the analysis of resident capacity and satisfaction into personal, interpersonal, and social dimensions. The survey was conducted by distributing a survey before and after training, and a 1:1 survey was conducted according to the residents' cognitive status. Based on the survey, factor analysis, reliability analysis, and analysis using the corresponding sample t-test showed an increase of 0.02 for Yangyang Mulchi fishing village, 0.11 for Samcheok Jangho fishing village, and 0.36 for Hongcheon River fishing industry, but Yanggu Jinmok fishing industry was -0.29, unlike other regions. As a result of this analysis, it has been empirically proven that provision of training projects through resident participation is a very important factor for the success of the fishing village project. Therefore, rather than fostering local leaders, training and community activities to strengthen personal capacities of residents participating in the project, it is necessary to operate the software business with a focus.

A Study on Guidelines of Tourism Development in Korea and Japan

  • Jung, Won-Jo;Lee, Han-Seok;Lee, Myung-Kwon
    • Journal of Navigation and Port Research
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    • v.38 no.3
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    • pp.277-289
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    • 2014
  • Fishing village is becoming the central base of fishing industry and it plays a major role. However, there is a decrement of marine resources and some difficulties with the deterioration of fishing industry management. In order to solve these problems, there should be some developments(e.g. fishing village toursim development) on various undergoing government and the private organization programs. Nevertheless, there are not guidelines for fishing village tourism development to utilize for practical business. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the current status and guidelines regarding the development of fishing village for coastal planner. The primary purpose of this study is to investigate the characteristics of fishing village development works in Korea and Japan. The second purpose is to identifie success factors after analyzing individual success cases. Based on evidence from the literature and a dialogue with village leader, a literature review on extracting success cases for guidelines were selected according to criteria such as the degree of contribution to an increase in income of the fishing village, the degree of contribution to an increase in consumption of marine products using local natural resources, the number of tourists that visits the village. Finally we propose guidelines for future fishing village development projects. The guidelines based on the successful cases, as well as the major factors about the objectives and direction of fishing village tourism development, suggested as follows. 1)Plans for land use, 2)Development of tourist resources, 3)Plans for views, 4)Plans for resource protection, 5)Plans for operation and marketing.