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A Study on the Spatial Organization and Disappearance Process of Government Office in Dadaepo-jin
다대포진 관아의 공간구성과 해체과정 연구
- Song, Hye-Young ;
- Seo, Chi-Sang
- 송혜영 ;
- Received : 2015.06.04
- Accepted : 2015.10.14
- Published : 2015.10.30
This research was to analyze the creation and transition of government office that had been situated within Dadaepo-jin(local fortress) since the early period of Joseon Dynasty. Dadaepo-jin(多大浦鎭) was established in order to defend Japanese Invasion frequently at that time. On investigation, the site of government office was converted into the school for the most part and the remnant of the site was transferred to the private ownership under the Rule of Japanese. Nowadays the government office of Dadaepo-jin disappeared completely, but the only wooden building was shifted to another site.
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