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The Application Methods of Dark Tourism Contents in SEWOL-HO Ferry Accident (다크 투어리즘의 세월호 참사에 대한 적용 방안 연구 -관련 콘텐츠의 설계와 구성 관점을 중심으로)

  • Kim, Hern-Sik;Yang, Jeong-Ho
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.14 no.9
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    • pp.176-187
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    • 2014
  • Tour is cultural method that makes educational effects smoothly, metaphorically. In a context, dark tour have a function that sustains memorial of accidents and with social meaning, ethic value. This study aims to understand practical solutions of Sewol-Ho memorial on focusing Dark Tourism. This paper considers fascination with this subject and examines explored for good decision. It means that we examines a construction of tour contents within the dark tourism. This article evaluates an dark tourism in a contents program various country, for considering in a case at a Sewol-Ho accident. As a result, we comment some variety choice of strategy effectiveness for a sustainability of ethic value and education memorial.

Tourists' Circulations and Behaviors in Dark Tourism Site (Focused on Seodaemun Prison History Hall) (다크투어리즘 관광자의 관람동선 및 관람행태(서대문형무소 역사관을 대상으로))

  • Triana, Lolitasari Ade;Yun, Hee Jeong
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.9
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    • pp.198-210
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study is to analyze the tourists' circulations and behaviors at one of the representative dark tourism sites in Seoul, named Seodaemun Prison History Hall. This study conducts direct observation and behaviour tracking or follow-up survey based on traffic circulation and visitors' Muse-Ethogram extracted from the previous studies. The result of tourists' actual circulations shows that main tourists' flows of study areas consist of 3 approaches; suggested, unstructured and directed approaches. And tourists' behaviors such as moving(M), stop looking(SL), and reading(RE) reveal with the highest frequency. This study finds the 'expressing feeling(EXP)' as a new visitor' behavior in dark tourism site. The highest frequency of visitors' movement patterns is stop looking-reading-move(SL-RE-M). The results of this study could be used as a planning and design guidelines of dark tourism related to exhibition circulation, visitors' behaviors and development of exhibition content.

Authenticity in Dark Tourism : A Case of Disaster Tourism after the Great East Japan Earthquake (다크투어리즘과 관광경험의 진정성 - 동일본대지진의 재난관광을 사례로 -)

  • Cho, Ara
    • Journal of the Korean association of regional geographers
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    • v.19 no.1
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    • pp.130-146
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    • 2013
  • This study aimed to analyze the authenticity of dark tourism, and to discuss the possibilities and limitations of disaster tourism as an alternative type of tourism in post-modern society. For this purpose, disaster tourism related with the Great East Japan Earthquake was analyzed. After the disaster occurred, the boundaries between guests (tourists) and hosts (residents) dissolved and disaster communities emerged temporarily. This was followed by social contributive tourism, in which both guests and hosts shared their matter of life-and-death experiences, so existential authenticity became the most important motive and experience for tourism. As time passed, however, existential authenticity was reconstructed ideologically in the socioeconomic political context of disaster recovery, and replaced constructive authenticity. After all, the possibilities of disaster tourism as an alternative type of tourism based on the introspection of modernity were restricted. To discuss the underlying ethical issues of the commodification of disaster tourism, further researches should conducted to consider dark tourism as an alternative type of postmodern tourism.

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Applicabilité du Dark Tourisme sur les Vestiges de la Révolte Armée des Villes de Yeosu et de Suncheon en Corée du Sud (여순사건 사적지에 대한 다크투어리즘 적용 방안)

  • Lee, Jeong Hun
    • Journal of the Korean association of regional geographers
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    • v.22 no.4
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    • pp.826-842
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    • 2016
  • Depuis l'exposition mondiale 2012, la ville de Yeosu transforme remarquablement comme la ville touristique maraine $o{\grave{u}}$ on visit beaucoup, par la haute $d^{\prime}am{\acute{e}}nagement$ l'infrastructure pour son $d{\acute{e}}veloppement$. Pour cela, Yeosu, elle a besoin de programmes touristiques divers et de la $caract{\acute{e}}ristique$ $diff{\acute{e}}renci{\acute{e}}e$ de la $r{\acute{e}}gion$. On peut visiter des vestiages de la $r{\acute{e}}volte$ $arm{\acute{e}}e$ des villes de Yeosu et de Suncheon comme tourisme histoirique qui contient l'invasion japonaise en 1592, la $r{\acute{e}}volution$ paysan en 1894, $l^{\prime}activit{\acute{e}}$ de $r{\acute{e}}sistance$ contre Empire du Japon et la $r{\acute{e}}volte$ $arm{\acute{e}}e$ des villes de Yeosu et de Suncheon. Cette ${\acute{e}}tude$ a pour but de $d{\acute{e}}velopper$ le dark tourisme de Yeosu $apr{\grave{e}}s$ examiner son $applicabilit{\acute{e}}$ sur les vestiges. Pour cela, nous avons ${\acute{e}}valu{\acute{e}}s$ la $caract{\acute{e}}ristique$ de lieu des vestiges $fond{\acute{e}}s$ sur les conditions de vestiges et de tourisme de Yeosu. Nous avons aussi $essay{\acute{e}}s$ d'appliquer le dark tourisme, qui a les fonctions $d^{\prime}{\acute{e}}ducation$ et de symbole pour la $r{\acute{e}}gion$ $li{\acute{e}}e$ $\grave{a}$ l'histoire contemporaine, $\grave{a}$ des vestiges de la $r{\acute{e}}volte$ $arm{\acute{e}}e$ par la nouvel route touristique. Par ailleurs, nous avons besoin $d^{\prime}{\acute{e}}riger$ le Parc du $M{\acute{e}}morial$ de la Paix et le musee histoirique et de faire une loi $sp{\acute{e}}ciale$ pour la $r{\acute{e}}volte$ $arm{\acute{e}}e$ des villes de Yeosu et de Suncheon et de former le $comit{\acute{e}}$ consultatif touristique pour $d{\acute{e}}velopper$ le dark tourisme de Yeosu.

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Using Dark Tourism Study on Culture and Tourism of industrialization - Focusing on Honam righteous army - (다크 투어리즘을 활용한 문화관광 산업화 방안에 관한 연구 - 한말 호남 의병사(義兵史)를 중심으로 -)

  • Kim, Hyun-Cheol;Yoo, Jun-Ho;Ha, Kyu-Soo
    • Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Venturing and Entrepreneurship
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    • v.6 no.1
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    • pp.59-81
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    • 2011
  • The 21st century, the creation and utilization of knowledge and information are the core of all economic activity, knowledge-based economy is plunging into. Culture can not live without knowing the age of culture and national spirit of a nation's cultural assets. Closed for other cultures, countries can develop a culture that is neither marked by imitation and import of cultural industries can never be developed. Creative and diverse culture of its own cultural code, evenly balanced mix of social culture is really the cultural and creative culture. Central government and local government-led growth in the local economy in terms of competitive cultural industry development policy has been carried out. In general, a country or society, culture, industry, the creation of a unique cultural and Planning on the basis of information deliquescent recreated a typical high-risk high returns to pay the venture industry and the nature of the creative industries and the venture industry a unique mix of industrial Characteristic is that it has. These times and the industry can contribute to the flow of valuable cultural assets and a history of our righteous living and exercise will be a source of resources.

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Visual Specificity of the Pyongyang Landscape - Perspectives of North Korea Tourism - (서구권의 북한 관광을 통해 본 평양 경관의 시각적 특수성)

  • Ahn, Jin-hee;Pae, Jeong-Hann
    • Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
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    • v.44 no.4
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    • pp.66-74
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    • 2016
  • In what way is the urban landscape of North Korea used today, and what features do people prefer in the North Korean landscape? This study analyzed the characteristics of Pyongyang landscapes and their effects, based on an analysis of Western tourists motivation for tourism in North Korea and preferred enjoyment-seeking experiences. Using data from the tourist agency specializing in Western tourism in North Korea and a location based photo-sharing service, the study interprets the visual distinctiveness of Pyongyang landscape. The study concluded that widely known risk to travelers in North Korea is in fact an attraction, making people want to visit directly. However, this risk was mitigated in practical experience by the overall intermediation of the tourism agency and locals' conscious behavior to keep their distance from foreigners. Next, the scope of National ritual attributes was expanded to the locals' daily life as well as large-scale events such as mass games and military parades only if for national holidays. Also, the most preferred factors contributing to North Korean tourism were based on departure from routine through mobilization of the residents. This indicates the extension that the nature of North Korea as a theater state. The Pyongyang landscape represents a world politically isolated, people's congregated motion to display to the world, and people's lives hidden beneath a veil. These visualities fulfill the fantasy of Westerners regarding North Korea. Furthermore, these are superficial images that help create a basis to maintain the North Korea regime.