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A Connection Planning of the Village Festivals with the 24 Seasonal Divisions of the Year
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A Connection Planning of the Village Festivals with the 24 Seasonal Divisions of the Year
Song, Yi; Hwang, Sungki; Kim, Sukjong; Rhee, Shinho;
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 Abstract
In this study, seasonal customs are analyze the appropriate festival for each 24 seasonal divisions of the year. Recover the intrinsic value of the festival and selected the target villages and each village should investigate elements of the festival. The village were sought activation of a rural village by setting the festive season. (1) 24 seasonal divisions of the year festival is a small town festival, the festival`s program is based on the experience-oriented. Based on period seasonal customs and season plays are set up 24 seasonal divisions of the year festival`s program. (2) Survey area is the rural tourism village carried seven villages at Cheongju-si in Chungcheongbuk-do. (3) 24 seasonal divisions of the year festival establish as possible to the festival program is based on 24 seasonal divisions of the yearfestival seasonal customs, seven villages were set on the festival. on the season sesipung through the festive season as possible to the festival program was set up, seven villages were set on the festival. The first standard, festivals and events that are currently made. Second,now ongoing in the village is experience program and a 24 seasonal divisions of the year seasonal customs resource. (4) As a result, each period of the festival was set in the village. (5) By festival setting recover intrinsic value of the festival by taking advantage of 24 seasonal divisions of the year. The common interests of the rural town of experience, the rising interest in each town and village festivals activation of the network can be achieved.
 Keywords
24 Seasonal Divisions of the Year;Rural Tourism;Village Festivals;Network;
 Language
Korean
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