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Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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Volume 13, Issue 4 - Dec 2007
Volume 13, Issue 3 - Sep 2007
Volume 13, Issue 2 - Jun 2007
Volume 13, Issue 1 - Mar 2007
Selecting the target year
Landscape Conservation System in Korea
Lee, Dong-Kun ; Yoon, Eun-Joo ; Joo, Shin-Ha ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 1~11
In the continued economic prosperity, concern about environment and landscape is converted to develop actual institutional system on conservation and management of landscape. In these transition periods, the objective of this study is to suggest limitations and improvements of landscape conservation system for each landscape type such as rural landscape, natural landscape, urban landscape, historical landscape through reviewing related policies, laws, and case studies. As a results, landscape conservation system is insufficient for each landscape type and is regulated sporadically by a few laws. In particularly, rural landscape has been damaged seriously since significance of it was lesser recognized than other landscape types. Urban landscape is managed by landscape ordinance and planning which local government developed, however it doesn't have effectiveness due to insufficient legal basis and related cases. Therefore to enhance recognition of landscape as well as to support the law of landscape which is established this year is required.
A Study on the Reality and Improvement Plan of Scenic Landscape Agriculture in Korea - Case Study of the Go-Chang County in Jeon-Buk Province -
Chung, Cheol-Mo ; Park, Mi-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 13~21
This study focus on the pilot case of a scenic landscape agriculture in Go-Chang county for the innovative rural development strategy related the green tourism in Korea. The Go-Chang county in Jeon-Buk province has been progressed the diversified agricultural crops production region. The Go-Chang county is known as the famous cultural tour place that has the many historical and cultural resources (provincial natural park, traditional music, great stone cluster area, military castle walls, good tasted eel food and wine). But, today, the circumstances of global agricultural free trading situations is rapidly proliferated, it invited the depression of the agricultural incomes in rural regions in Korea. So, the Go-Chang county seeks trying to alternative development methods. The new frontier like scenic landscape agriculture is the one of the innovative strategies in this processes. The Go-Chang county selects and supports the scenic landscape agriculture for the new income production policy in connection with the green tourism. This study finds out the important components of the success of a scenic landscape agriculture for the introduction to the new frontier of peen tourism in Go-Chang county. First the scenic landscape agriculture development must be related the 4 season-ecological cultivation methods connected well-being trends. Second, it will be increased the income level of rural people by the competitive the rural green products and diversified green tourism programs which produced by the efforts of the rural people. Third, the success of scenic landscape agriculture and place marketing of rural green tourism depend on the creative community leaders.
A Legal Approach for Preservation and Management of Natural Landscape
Lee, Sang-Moon ; Choi, Hyung-Seok ; Park, Chang-Sug ; Joo, Shin-Ha ; Shin, Ji-Hoon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 23~32
In Korea, a regulation of visual impact evaluation on development plan in natural environment is provided at the Natural Environment Conservation Act, but it was difficult to obtained the effectiveness enough to conserve natural landscape. So, the visual impact review on development plan is introduced to the act, through the revision of the Natural Environment Conservation Act in 2005. The basic directions of visual impact review are preservation, restoration, view protection, and harmony. The items of review are as follows; (1) development alternations for the provided plan, (2) executive reduction plan of visual impacts including consideration of growth of plants, (3) deliberation process between persons or parties concerned, etc. For rapid settlement of visual impact review system, it needs that the validity, the reliability, and the objectivity should be confirmed through steady research about reasonable guidance of review.
츠쿠바 지역에 있어서 농촌 경관의 보전 -거점의 보전에서부터 지역전체의 관리까지-
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 33~38
미래로 이어지는 동산의 자연과 역사
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 39~43
문화재로서의 경관보호 - 문화적 경관의 보호
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 45~49
Applying of Indicators for Landscape Planning in Building Lots Development District around Urban Fringe
Kim, Yong-Soo ; Park, Chan-Yong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 51~60
In terms of the indicators by the type for the landscape plan per the district nit, geographic ecology indicators were the items such as water, water system, topography and climate, while biological ecology indicators were the items such as green zone size, green zone ratio, biotope size and distribution. The sensory and visual indicators were the items such as view point, view axis and skyline, and the accessibility indicator items for the green zone were applied as the socially used indicators. As for the application method according to each indicator, the water or water system was expressed and applied through the slopes and elevation topographic analysis drawings, the climate was expressed and applied through the main direction of the wind and the cold wind pass alley drawings. As for the green zone size and green zone ratio, the land use according to the status and housing area development was compared to present the measured figures. In case of the biotop size and the distribution item, the range was limited to the preparation of the biotope drawings for the focused preservation. As for the view point and view axis, the view point was selected according to the view point to prepare and apply the view analysis drawing in which the view area to be preserved is analyzed. As for the skyline, its landscape photo was composed with the housing area shape, and then skyline photography was applied as the plan in order to propose and consider the various shapes of the skyline. As for the accessibility to the peen zone, the network drawing was drawn to reflect the users' accessibility and continuity of the green zone formed and preserved according to the land use plan and then the drawing was prepared and proposed as the applicable plan.
Eco-Cultural Resources and Regional Activation of Maritime Area
Hong, Sun-Kee ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 61~72
Natural resource of the island and coastal regions is one of the most important element of ecological network system in Korea. Currently, there is trend that natural and biological resources such as fishing and tidal wetland have been used to local economic activation in island and coastal regions. According to the 5-days work in a week, island and coastal regions become important amenity resource of citizen's recreation area. Korea is peninsula surrounded by maritime. Especially, South and West Sea surrounded by many islands and tidal flat wetlands are emerging marine ecosystem and seascape in the world. Natural resource is limited, so we have to sustain those resource to current tourism. In this study, I would like to suggest that importance of cultural resource as well as natural resource for 'eco-cultural tourism' in order to keep both biological diversity and cultural diversity as amenity resource for future island economic activation in Korea.
Analysis on the Classification standards and Characteristics of Experience Program in Government Support Rural.Mountain Villages
Lee, Gyeong-Jin ; Lee, Hyun-Hee ; Song, Byeong-Hwa ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 73~82
Recently, plans to revitalize rural areas in addition to farming are actively having been groped since given agricultural conditions destituted. One of the plan is the 'Rural Tourism' which to sell to urbanites by merchandising rural and pleasant characteristics possessed by rural areas. As a part of the rural-urban exchange, analyzed the features of the experience programs operated by each village by selecting 152 rural-mountain villages where is supporting and presented results by synthesizing above conclusion. The results acquired through such research are as following. Currently, villages operate mainly with the experience program related to general agricultural life styles by synthesizing special features of experience programs with high frequency in operations as the present status of the rural-mountain villages and showed negative trends dependant to the existing natural resources and easy in operations. Moreover, the operation of the experience which are expected to publicize the village and create large incomes were insufficient, analyzed not to be stimulate purchasing activities by lack of connections among experience programs and only simple staged experiences are mainly operated due to low operation frequency of experience programs which can be operated with special interests or professional characteristics.
A Establishment of Visual Component Elements and Investigation Analysis for a House-Gates in Rural Villages
Lee, Gyeong-Jin ; Cho, Soung-Ho ; Song, Byeong-Hwa ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 83~90
The purpose of main entrance was to protect the house with the wall and working for the house-gate where people come in and go out. On the other hand, the type of main entrance is changed variously depended on the materials for house and method of construction. Eleven villages in the Chungyang-Gun where the environment of rural villages is well maintained was chosen and researched to make data. These data of visual landscape elements were analysed by using the SPSS 12.0 for Windows. Relations of the visual component elements were analysed by the analysis for frequency and analysis for crosstab. From the above research we could conclude below results. Through review of the pre-researching and researching literatures, 11 types of visual component elements were selected such as the types of the gate, the looking through degree of the gate, the material of the gate, the color of the gate, the plan of the house, the material of the roof, a material of the wall, a color of the wall, the form of the penetration, the area to put, the area of a site, the year of the constructing a building. For the types of the gate, the gate from without the roof has been the most popular since it appeared 41.5%. For the looking through degree of the gate, a complete blockade form has been the most popular since it appeared 63.2%. For the material of the gate, the iron plate has been the most popular since it appeared 32.1%. For the color of the gate, color has been the most popular since it appeared 68.4%. For the plan of the house, 'ㄷ' form has beneath most popular since it appeared 38.3%. For the material of the roof. The Zinc has been the most popular since it appeared 51.9%. For a material of the wall, A cement mortar has been the most popular since it appeared 47.7%. For a color of the wall, Without tile color has hem the most popular since it appeared 67.0%. For the form of the penetration. The plain form has been the most popular since it appeared 54.0%. For tile area of a site,
has been the most popular since it appeared 39.0%. The results of this study can provide to use of indicates four rural-housing reform. From now on, the results look forward to offering the meaning directions for the improvement of rural house gates.
Gap Between Rural Village Planning and Implementation - Focused on Unique Experience Village, Seochon -
Jung, Hui ; Kim, Hye-Min ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 91~101
Recently the number of rural development plans are increased and projects supported by government are various. These makes rural plans important. But there are many gaps between proposed plan and implementation. These gaps were wasteful in terms of resource management. This study examines differences between plan and implementation and the reasons why they are occurred. For this purpose, we did a case study which is focused on the four-year implementation of 2004-2006 "Unique Experience Village Master Plan" of Seochon, Chungbuk. As a result, we verified facts of gaps and causes, and two major causes were detected : one is the absence of operating and managing body(such as promoter of project, village leader, residences), and the other is inadequate master plan.
Recognition and Improvement of Rural Landscape Management System
Park, Yong-Ha ; Kim, Kwang-Yim ; Sung, Hyun-Chan ; Lee, Gwan-Gyu ; Park, So-Hyun ; Choi, Jae-Yong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 103~110
Land development policy in Korea, characterized by its supply-oriented policy, has driven rapid economic development. However, it has a negative impact on the natural environment across the country. Especially, as the introduction of quashi-farmland system with the deregulation of agricultural land development in the late 1990s, numerous unfavorable landscape features such as road, motels and apartment have emerged in the rural area. As those interfered irreversible rural landscapes have been expanded, the demand for well preserved rural landscapes have been increased. The objectives of this study, thus, is to suggest the mitigations between the land development and conservation of natural landscape. As such, this study examines the recognition of current rural landscape management status through 118 students with two groups of landscape architecture majored (50 people) and non-landscape majored (68). Both group express the negative impression of current rural landscape management system in general and they pointed out the major landscape problems are caused from inappropriate land use. However, in detail those two groups respond differently, for example, the first group selected the damaged landscape is the second cause of the landscape problem, while the other group selected the poorly maintained settlements. Based on the analysis of the survey, this study suggests 3 recommendations in order to improve the sustainable rural landscape as establishing the proper rural land use planning system, building local governments' capacity to actively participate in the rural landscape management, and preparing the landscape management plans considering area distinctive characteristics.
Recommendations for the Improved Urban Park Policy in Gyeonggi Province through Analyzing Designation and Creation Rationale
Sung, Hyun-Chan ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 111~122
This study aims at providing basic policy materials to build a basis for supplying and creating urban parks balanced across Gyeonggi province and improving the quality of life of residents through, an extensive analysis of all city parks in cities/counties in Gyeonggi province. The study result showed that first, the number of parks is only 40% of the adequate number and, thus, accessibility of Gyeonggi province residents to parks in neighborhoods is significantly low. Second, a proportion of park types in children's park, neighborhood park, urban nature park is 67% : 24% : 2%, which is adequate in Gyeonggi province as a whole. Third, as for the area of parks per resident, the area of designated park is
/person, which is over three times of legal requirement in urban planning area (
/person). However, created park area is only
/person, which fails to meet the legal requirement. Fourth, when park area of each city was compared, the areas varied significantly across cities. The Gyeonggi provincial government needs to secure funds aggressively and accelerate setting up and expanding facilities at designated parks located within the current urban areas. The findings from this study should be used as important materials when developing supply & demand policies for urban parks in Gyeonggi province. The study implicates that independent park policies and management by each city/county as well as the establishment and management of a comprehensive park policy at a provincial level is significantly important.
Development of Landscape Resource Assesment Systems of Jeju Island's Stonewall Fencing Farming Land for the Introduction of Direct Payment System of the Landscape Preservation and its Application
Ko, Seong-Bo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 13, issue 3, 2007, Pages 123~133
The purpose of this study is to develop the landscape resource assessment system(LRAS) to help evaluate the value of landscape resources(Jeju Island's Stonewall fencing farming land) for the introduction of direct payment system of the landscape preservation objectively and to applicate the model in the fields. Delphi survey on Jeju's stonewall experts shows that the order of priority among value evaluation elements on Jeju's stonewall is its harmony with surroundings(34%), the preservation of its original state(34%) and its density and scale(32%). Evaluation system development of landscape resources(Jeju's stonewall fencing filming land) and field observation survey utilizing it consists of the following five steps. Step 1 includes the first Delphi survey on Jeju's stonewall experts to decide its value evaluation elements and their priority. Step 2 is the second Delphi survey on Jeju's stonewall experts to grade pictures of landscape resources(Jeju's stonewall fencing farming land) on the basis of expert-proposed value evaluation standards. Step 3 consists of analysis work using the result of Delphi survey on experts. Step 4 is to select five grade standard pictures according to each of three grading elements of A, B, C belonging to each of the three standards. Then, it is necessary to make panels including five A-grade pictures, five B-grade pictures and five C-grade pictures according to each of the three elements of density, harmony, and original state preservation. Step 5 consists of field observation survey. According to the result of few experts' value evaluation of stonewall fencing farming land with the aid of NRAS developed in this research, the area of Pyeongdae-ri is ranked first, and then the area of Bukcheon-ri, Chocheon-up, the area of Gwakgi-ri, Ewol-up, the area of Shinum-ri, Ewol-up and the area of Yongsu-ri, hankyung-Myun are ranked in the order named. When those areas are graded, A Grade Areas includes the areas of Pyeongdae-ri, the area of Bukcheon-ri, the area of Gwakgi-ri, B Grade Areas consist of the area of Shinum-ri and the area of Yongsu-ri, and the areas of Onpyeong, wimi and youngrak belong to C Grade Area.