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Analysis of the Morphological Formation Processes of Late Choseon's Naju Eup-seoung
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 Title & Authors
Analysis of the Morphological Formation Processes of Late Choseon's Naju Eup-seoung
Lee, Kyung-Chan;
 
 Abstract
This paper aims to interpret the morphological formation processes of Naju eup-seoung during the Goryeo and Joseon periods. Based on the analysis of historical records, old & topographical map and first land registration map, the morphological period of Naju can be divided in four; formation of eup-seong and T-based main route system in Korea, partial reconstruction and expansion of Korea eup-seong in early Joseon Dynasty, reconstruction and expansion of eup-seong including Naju river in middle Joseon Dynasty, large expansion of eup-seong in late Joseon Dynasty. Main factors of the transformation of town plan and eup-seong is reorganization of administrative facilities, residential population growth, flood disaster management and restoration of war damage, reinforcement of defensive demand of eup-seong. Especially, in the process of reconstruction and expansion of eup-seong, the route system based on functional aspect was transformed to route system with formality based on the town planning principle of Joseon. In this process the route system connecting 4 gates of eup-seong and Gaeksa(錦城館) and administrative center(衙舍) had formed irregular pattern.
 Keywords
Naju Eup-seong;Naju in Korea Dynasty;Town plan;Urban form;Urban structure;Route System;
 Language
Korean
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