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Application on the Convergence Technology for Culture Festival Promotion of Riverside Space
Yeon, Sang-ho; Lee, Young-wook;
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 Abstract
Cheongpungho and riversides are located in the center of South Korea Jecheon Peninsula, cheongpungho be formed by a chungju hydroelectric dam built in 1984 has now been changed as a freshwater lake created by the center of the South Han River upstream over the past 30 years. Recent Jecheon-sigovernment is developing the entertainment and natural healing resorts for the future, this research is using remote sensing techniques and field survey plan in comparison to the feasibility study of the cultural festival of the area was conducted in geographic research and analysis very effective to conduct the natural environment and terrain analysis by aerial photography and remote sensing techniques that can be proven integration and cultural content, in the riverside area of future business creation and tourism resources of the facilities and events in the new brand through research It was envisioned. As a result, we propose a new direction for the future of cultural tourism to participate in the new state-of-the-art digital imaging technology to traditional cultural content in fusion experiments to be more multi-cultural festival is formed.
 Keywords
Cheung-Pung Lake;Natural Healing;Riverside Space;the Cultural Festival;
 Language
Korean
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