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Case Study for Improving Service Design: Focusing on Gamcheon Culture Village (서비스디자인 개선을 위한 사례분석 : 감천문화마을을 중심으로)

  • Ding, Zhi-Bo;Song, Seung-Keun
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.18 no.11
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    • pp.267-276
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    • 2018
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the cultural needs of foreign tourists, to investigate the cultural service elements that can be provided in 'Gamcheon Culture Village', to suggest concrete policy to improve cultural services, and ultimately to cultivate excellent international tourism culture brands in 'Gamcheon Culture Village'. In order to find out the cultural needs of foreign tourists, we conducted a case study on 'Gamcheon Culture Village' among the places where the urban regeneration proceeded. The study period was four months, and basic data were collected from foreign tourists from six countries through literature reviews, interviews and participation observation. Analysis of data was based on urban regeneration, cultural desire and service design theory, and we conducted content analysis. This study presented five cultural service goals of 'Gamcheon Culture Village'. First, it displays and promotes local characteristic culture. Second, it develops and sells cultural products. Third, it brings up a good tourist image. Fourth, it provides an unusual food. Fifth, cultural experience optimization. Through this study, it is expected to help improve the cultural service of 'Gamcheon Culture Village'.

A study on the effect of the motivation of choosing the tourist spots on the image of the tourist spots and the intention of revisiting - Focusing on Gamcheon Culture Village - (관광지 선택 동기가 관광지 이미지, 재방문의도에 미치는 영향에 관한 연구 - 감천문화마을을 중심으로 -)

  • Byun, Sang-Woo
    • Management & Information Systems Review
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    • v.34 no.3
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    • pp.197-213
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    • 2015
  • This study is to investigate the effect of the motivation of choosing the tourist spots on the image of the tourist spots and the intention of revisiting targeting the tourists visiting Gamcheon Culture Village. The motivations of choosing the tourist spots, such as experiences, sightseeing, viewing of the cultural events, have a positive (+) effect on the affective image of the tourists. Only sightseeing in the motivations of choosing the tourist spots has a positive (+) effect on the epistemic image of the tourists. With the results of the analyzed effect of the affective image of the tourist spots on the intention of revisiting, it is revealed that the affective image has a significant effect on the intention of revisiting, not the epistemic image. It is suggested that the tourists have a good impression of Gamcheon Culture Village through experiences, sightseeing, viewing of the cultural events. In order for Gamcheon Culture Village to be one of the world-famous tourist spots, many attractions should be provided along with more different experience programs than now, various attractions, alley festivals held throughout the year. With the village developed with the greatest care, the tourists should have the intention of revisiting the village through experiences, sightseeing, viewing of the cultural events with their precious memories, since positive images tourists have tend to be anchored in the affective area rather than in the epistemic one.

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A Case Study on Urban Regeneration: Gamcheon Culture Village, Busan (도심 재생 사례 연구: 부산 감천문화마을을 중심으로)

  • Lee, Young-Jun;Kim, Jin-Young
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.355-356
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    • 2014
  • 많은 지역에서 구도심 개발이 지역정체성을 훼손하고 거주민의 소외라는 부작용에 직면하고 있는 가운데 가장 모범적인 도심개발사례 중 하나로 손꼽히는 부산 감천문화마을을 통해 지역의 문화와 역사가 어우러진 대표적인 명소로 자리 잡게 된 과정을 소개한다. 지역개발은 다양한 측면의 가치 창출을 동반하는 종합적인 기능과 더불어 관광수익의 창출이라는 경제적 가치를 추구한다. 감천문화마을은 구도심과 신도심간 양극화를 해소하고 지역이미지를 제고하는 차원에서 의미있는 도심재생사례가 될 것이다.

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A Local Asset Based Regeneration Process of Gamcheon Culture Village Busan (부산 감천문화마을의 지역자산 기반 재생과정 연구)

  • Lee, Yeun Sook;Park, Jae Hyun
    • KIEAE Journal
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    • v.14 no.3
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    • pp.111-120
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    • 2014
  • In the late 20th century, Korea has accelerated urban sprawl and demolition based redevelopment without considering local characteristics. As a result, quantitative supplement of housing has been saturated and has pushed revitalization especially. The purpose of this research is to delineate the local asset based regeneration of Gamcheon Culture Village Busan. The research methods are field visit, site observation, in-depth interview, library and internet research, data were collected and analyzed with the contents analysis techniques. As results, elements of hardware, software and humanware resources and the dynamics of the whole process such as how the resources connected and utilized, and how the external resources have been converged into these to regenerate Gamcheon Culture Village in diverse dimensions, such as cultural, social, economical and physical one were analysed. This research is expected to share the wisdom of revitalizing with collaborations. Through enhancing negative resources of decayed area to positive ones, the case produced the synergy.

The Local Revitalization Effects of Public Arts Introduction to Gamcheon Culture Village Regeneration (부산 감천문화마을 재생을 위해 도입된 공공미술의 지역활성화 효과)

  • Park, Jae-Hyun;Lee, Yeun-Sook
    • Journal of the Korean housing association
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    • v.25 no.5
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    • pp.33-41
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    • 2014
  • Today, modern society pursues the paradigm of creative city and regeneration. Cultural regeneration of revitalizing locality by utilizing culture catches attention, is a major approach. Public arts is considered as a catalyst of cultural regeneration, and it inspires vitality to declined districts. Gamcheon Culture Village, Busan has accelerated propagation of revitalization only in recent couple of years, and it has been developing with residents' participation continuously. The purpose of this research is to analyse the revitalizing effects of public arts introduction to Gamcheon Culture Village regeneration. In specific, social, cultural, economical, physical and environmental revitalization effects of the village were defined. The research method is questionnaire survey and 320 reponses from residents and visitors were collected. Data were statistically analyzed with SPSS18.0. The effects of public arts introduction to Gamcheon Culture Village regeneration are positive overall. However, according to the districts of the village, having diversity of art projects in both quantity and quality, the perceptions were different. Regeneration with utilizing public arts for revitalizing declined district, the Gamcheon case shed light on the future. The research indicated the value of public arts and some strategies of allocating art projects.

The Study on Factors for Successful Urban Regeneration -Compared the Relative Importance between External and Internal Factors- (성공적인 도시재생사업을 위한 요인에 관한 연구 -외부 요인과 내부 요인의 상대적 중요도 비교-)

  • Lee, Chan-ho
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.14 no.8
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    • pp.195-201
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study is to find out key factors of successful urban regeneration based on previous studies and relationships between those factors and revisit intention. To draw a conclusion, this study makes surveys including the variables of success factor(External environment factors, Internal environment factors, Internal cultural factors), degree of satisfaction, and degree of revisit intention. And it collects the data from respondents who had been to Gamcheon culture village in Busan. The data is analyzed by applying an exploratory factor analysis and a confirmatory factor analysis. The result of these analysis describes that the Internal environment factors and Internal cultural factors affect the satisfaction degree positively and the degree of satisfaction has positive effects on the revisit intention. The study finds out that unique resource properties should be considered when underdeveloped cities are regenerated. Future study is to generalize the theory through the sampling covered the whole country.

Geographic Conditions and Garden Designs of Byeol-seo Scenic Site of Gimcheon Bangcho-Pavilion and Mrs Choi's Pond (별서 명승 김천 방초정(芳草亭)과 최씨담(崔氏潭)의 입지 및 조영 특성)

  • Rho, Jae-Hyun;Lee, Hyun-Woo
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Traditional Landscape Architecture
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    • v.34 no.1
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    • pp.71-82
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    • 2016
  • Through literature review and on-site survey of Gimcheon Bangcho pavilion(芳草亭), the features of garden design(庭園意匠) including geographic conditions, landscape modeling of Nujeong(樓亭) and Jidang(池塘, Pond), and scenic interpretations in Nujeong Jeiyoung poetry(樓亭題詠詩) have been carefully researched and the findings are presented below. Bangcho pavilion is located in a village called Wonteomaeul, which belongs to the feng shui state of golden hairpin and floating lotus. It has long been the cultural hub of communication and social interactions among the villagers. The Head House of Jeongyanggong(靖襄公宗宅), the main house(本第) of the Yeonan Yi Clan(延安李氏), is about 150m away from Bangcho pavilion, an artistic space whose landscape modeling is of the form called Nujeong. The name 'Bangcho' reflects the noble man(君子)'s determination: "I yearn for the place where honey parrots fly and the fragrant grass grow." From the two story structure of the pavilion where there is an additional floor installed to the central ondol room by a four-sided subdivision door, one can detect the aspiration of the men for pursuing an open view. One can also observe the efforts in designing the room to be used for multiple purposes from a private place to an office for periodic publication of a family lineage document called "Garyejunghae(家禮增解)". Bangcho pavilion's main sight of interest is Mrs Choi's Pond(崔氏潭), the one and only garden structure that comprises the twin round island of square pond(方池雙圓島) among the existing Jidangs in Korea. In this special Jidang, there are two coexisting islands that represent a well thought out garden facility for symbolizing conjugal affection and unyielding fidelity between master and servent(主從). In addition, the three inflows and one outflow facing the Ramcheon valley is regarded as an ideal garden design optimized for performing the function of a village bangjuk which is the site for undercurrent creation and ecological reprocessing. At present, Giant pussy willow is the only circular vegetation identified in the area of Bangcho pavilion, although this plant species is about to wither away judging from the signs of decrepitude that seems to persist for two out of three weeks. The old pine tree that appears in the 1872 Jeiyoung poetry of Byeongseon Song(宋秉璿) no longer exists. Anjae(安齋) Jang Yoo(張瑠)'s "Eight Scenary on Bangcho pavilion(芳草亭八詠)" and its expansive reproduction "Ten Scenary on Bangcho pavilion(芳草亭十景)" from Gwagang(守岡) Lee Manyoung(李晩永) depict vividly the pastoric scenery of an idyll(田園景) that stretches throughout the natural and cultural landscape of the province of Gimcheon and Guseong surrounding the Bangcho pavilion. The Bangcho pavilion sutra aims to establish Bangcho pavilion and the village of Wonteomaeul as the centre of microcosmos by dividing and allocating its scenic features according to the four seasons and times(四季四時), the eight courses(八方) and the meteorological phenomena, and it is the incarnation(顯現) of landscape perception upon the Byeol-seo Scenic site of Bangcho pavilion, the cultural hub of the region.