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Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning
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Volume 14, Issue 4 - Dec 2008
Volume 14, Issue 3 - Sep 2008
Volume 14, Issue 2 - Jun 2008
Volume 14, Issue 1 - Mar 2008
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Forecasting Potential Development of Agriculture Experience Theme Park - Focused on the Anseong Meadow Site Development -
Lee, Joo-Yeop ; Kim, Yong-Geun ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 3, 2008, Pages 1~9
In this study, by reflecting flow of age, possibility of new theme park development as private investments business based on source that is farming village that is not tried to before is verified and by analyzing potential of the site, effectiveness of new theme park development is examined. "Nonghyup Anseong Meadow Anseong-si Gyeonggi-do" is selected as researched site where accessibility is good as there is near to National Capital region and nature condition is also good. Demands are forecasted using visiting intention and realizing index through analogical method and by analyzing existing data related with increase of tourism business that people can experience English village and increasing demand of experiencing farming region tourism demands are forecasted. The results are at below. First, As average expenditure per one person is 52,209 won that is shown in result of survey, if multiplying increasing rate of price and the number of visiting people that is optimistic forecasting figure, the whole expenditure of visitors per one year is from 10.54 billions to 13.85 billions won. Second is potential power of demand aspects. Potential power of that theme park was re-examined through demands forecasting analysis through survey. Experiencing farming regions theme park business that is informed through analysis of potential power of development and demand aspects has value to invest as new business based on farming regions sources, as a result of searching through diverse aspects such as tourism, economy, public interest and cultural aspect and so on.
Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction Factors on Rural Tourism, Focused on rural tourists visiting Buraemi community
Ryu, Si-Young ; Um, Seo-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 3, 2008, Pages 11~17
Drawing on Herzberg's two-factor theory, this article suggests that visitors to rural tourism base their overall evaluation with an experience on their consideration of two types of aspects referred to as either 'motivators' and 'hygienes' by using the critical incident technique. 233 critical incidents described by 121 participants are categorized into three exclusive factors which are named as experiential factor, cognitive factor, and affective factor. The application of Herzberg's two-factor theory to rural tourism suggests 'satisfiers' to come from the experience-activity itself, experiential factor. While more peripheral elements constitute 'dissatisfiers', cognitive factor. The paper provides the advancement and broad application of Herzberg's theory to further understand rural tourists satisfaction.
A Study on the Influx of Population by Rural Tourism in Rural Village
Lee, Se-Hee ; Jung, Nam-Su ; Um, Dae-Ho ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 3, 2008, Pages 19~25
Settlement problems in rural area are gradually becoming more intense due to decreasing agricultural income led by market globalization. Rural tourism is considered as one of alternatives for complementing agricultural income. In this study, we analyzed the relation of rural development project and the influx of population on green tourism villages. Results show that the influx of population in rural area is related with project cost, tourism income, visiting numbers, and ratio of labor population. With these results, we modified rural population model for estimating future rural population. Adapted result to Buraemi village by modified model showed that estimation error can be decreased from 7.23% to 0.95%.
A Study on DRT System Introduction for Aging Society : A Case Study on Kimhae City
Oh, Yun-Pyo ; Kim, Jae-Youl ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 3, 2008, Pages 27~36
Rapid increase of aging population and progressed migration from rural areas to urban areas have caused deficit of bus routes in local cities. This increasing burden of operation deficit affects the movement strategy of the transportation vulnerable who are using buses. Along with dramatically increased aging in Korea, there is an urgent need to implement a new method which can guarantee mobility rights of public transportation especially for the elderly. This study focuses on the case of Demand Responsive Transit(DRT) system that has been operating in America, Europe, Japan, etc. Kimhae(Sangdong-myeon and Saengnim-myeon) is selected as a study area. This study investigated the possibility of adopting DRT system on the perspectives of the consumer and provider by the analysis of traffic condition such as the number of transportation vehicles, present bus service and regulation and conduct of questionnaire survey which includes present bus service and DRT system and so on. In conclusion, DRT system in Kimhae city will reduce transport cost, increase affordability through the betterment of service level and secure mobility rights for the transportation vulnerable.
A Study on the Forecast of Industrial Land Demand and the Location Decision of Industrial Complexes - In Case of Anseong City
Cho, Kyu-Young ; Park, Heon-Soo ; Chung, Il-Hoon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 3, 2008, Pages 37~51
This study aims to build a model dealing with the location decision of new manufacturing firms and their land demand. The model is composed with 1) the binary logit model structure identifying a future probability of manufacturing firms to locate in a city and their land demand; and 2) the land use suitability of the land demand. The model was empirically tested in the case of Anseong City. We used establishment-level data for the manufacturing industry from the Report on Mining and Manufacturing Survey. 48 industry groups were scrutinized to find the location probability in the city and their land demand via logit model with the dependent variables: number of employment, land capital, building capital, total products, and value-added for a new industry since 2001. It is forecasted that the future land areas (to 2025) for the manufacturing industries in the city are
and additional land demand for clustering the existing industries scattered over the city is
. Five industrial complex locations were identified through the land use suitability analysis.
Classifying Rural Landscape Types and Developing Rural Landscape Evaluation Indicators Using Expert Delphi Survey Method
Ban, Yong-Un ; Baek, Jong-In ; Kim, Min-Ah ; Yoon, Jin-Ok ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 3, 2008, Pages 53~61
This study has intended to elicit the definition of rural landscape, to classify rural landscape type, and to develop the evaluation indicators of rural landscape, meeting the definition through delphi expert survey method. The survey was performed five times for 80 days by 20 experts. The delphi expert survey asked experts as follows: 1) to fill out open-ended questions regarding the definition of rural landscape, and classification of rural landscape types, and evaluation indicators; 2) to provide their own feasibility evaluation regarding the results of the previous answer; and 3) to reevaluate the feasibility of the definition, types, and indicators. Based on the survey results, this study has found the appropriate definition of rural landscape like the comprehensive complex of physical (objective) and nonphysical (subjective) factors characterizing natural and/or artificial scenary of rural village itself Also, this study has developed the evaluation indicators of rural landscape in accordance with space types and landscape units classified. The developed indicators included areal ratio, the degree of green naturality, the building coverage ratio for physical landscape field, and skyline, landscape adjectives, color landscape, semantic scale.
Determinants of the Digital Divide using Hierarchical Generalized Linear Model
Kim, Mi-Young ; Choe, Young-Chan ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 3, 2008, Pages 63~73
The purpose of this study is to analyze the determinants of the digital divide at individual level and regional level in Korea, considering interaction between individual and the regional variables. Following results are obtained. First, individual level digital devide in the 16 different regions has been found in terms of Internet use, implying the needs for further analysis on impact of the regional factor in individual Internet use. Second, the result finds the impact of level-l individual variables, "gender, age, education, income and jobs" on digital divide, significantly at level 10% level. Third, the regional variables influencing the individual digital divide were not found at state level. However, regional factors might affect digital devide at county level. Study suggest some plans to reduce digital divide. First, the digital devide at individual level should be remedied by focusing on neglected class of people. Second, we need to approach the digital divide by analyzing in more detail, reflecting interactions of the regional variables and individual variables. Third, we should come up with a policy for mending the digital divide at regional level.
A Study on the Classification of Type for the Village Community Center
Shin, Young-Sun ; Kang, Young-Eun ; Oh, Dong-Yop ; Jee, Dal-Nim ; Im, Seung-Bin ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 3, 2008, Pages 75~87
Changes in society organization of rural villages in our country are caused by aging society and lessening of economic activity population aggravates the economy of rural villages. With this, it joins in with the aging of village community center, the representative center space of the rural village and therefore, it is a point of view where the change is necessary in the size and the side of function. The research which it sees is made on-the-spot inspection and literature investigation compensate in behalf of 25 administrative village community centers led in the object by grasping present status and drew up the layout sketches and plane surface degrees of the village community centers. By referring to the photographs and the topographical maps taken in the spot, it was able to divide the village community centers into side of arrangement, side of plane surface and side of form and managed to seize the characters, problems and improvable directions of each of them. The research result could be used as a guidable provision and be applied in the fundamental research in developing model of village community centers during space planning in the future.
Master Plan for Rural-Village in Embong-Myun, Asan-Si
Yeo, Hwa-Sun ; Kim, Dong-Chan ; Kim, Chung-Hee ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 3, 2008, Pages 89~97
Landscape is an environment factor for improving life, a social resource for establishing image and identity of the area and also a tourist resource for earning profit. Rural landscape is essential resources to activity rural tourism and local economy. But like this rural village by the development which economic high growth and scientific technique is quick searched the features or customs of the farming village of city brazier past and to be strenuous it became. The classification in like this objective against the rural village resources in this time research it led and against the culture application plan which will reach to grope it tried. Though this results, The opportunity where rural sightseeing is activated expects becomes.
A Study on Tourist Destination Remodeling: Gossi-Cave in Yeong Wol
Park, Yong-Soon ; Park, Han-Sik ;
Journal of Korean Society of Rural Planning, volume 14, issue 3, 2008, Pages 99~110
Tourist destination remodeling project is the tourist destination activation program to promote underdeveloped tourist destination that the Ministry of Culture and Sports has been implementing as a pilot program since 2005. Since previous tourist destination development programs focused on developing facilities, they could not quite cope with the changes in the tourism paradigm. Especially for caves, they could not escape from the simple sightseeing for the characteristics of the resource were fit to the caves. These results failed to meet tourist demands to experience and participate that the number of tourists is continuously decreasing. To cope with the circumstances, the government introduced a pilot program, a comprehensive tourist destination reorganization plan designed to comprehensively promote the tourism contents development (software) that can differentiate the region such as the tourism activation programs, tourist destination management and operation system reorganization (humanware) along with the repair of facilities (hardware project). This study emphasized the participation of residents who are the actual subject of management and operation of tourist facilities and programs in the course of establishing the master plan for remodeling for Gossi Cave that it can be used as the reference for establishing remodeling plan based on resident participation in the future.