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Frequency : The end of February, April, June, August, October, November and December
ISSN : 1226-7147(Print), 2383-9171(eISSN)
Journal of Korea Planning Association is an open access journal founded in 1966. The JKPA covers comprehensively the frontier trends in land & urban planning. The airm of JKPA is to contribute to advancing knowledge and understanding of both theory and practice in planning, by promoting high quality applied and theoretical research.
We publish papers on a variety of topics, contexts and research methods that examine the rapidly evolving relationship between planning and all other related fields.
We encourage a wide range of submissions, including but not limited to :
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Volume 56(7); December 2021
Seong, Su-Youn, Yang, Jae-Seob, Nam, Jin
Seoul’s aging rate is 15.3% (2019), and it is necessary to identify factors for a safe and comfortable “Aging in Place” in the neighborhood for the elderly and ...
Seo, Jung-Wook, Kim, Dong-hyun, Park, Jin-A
The managed residential environment improvement project was used as an alternative to renewal projects such as redevelopment and reconstruction to make the resi...
Kim, Seung Jung, Kim, Tae Oh
This study examines the influence of Korea’s urban growth management policies in the 1970s on the spread of apartments. Theoretically, policies that regulate ur...
Lee, Jung-Hee, Cho, Mi-Jeong, Lee, Myeong-Hun
To establish a sustainable city, unpleasant facilities such as a sewage treatment plant should be modernized. In this regard, this study aims to analyze the imp...
Kamata, Yoko, Kang, Jung Eun
This study aims to compare the data of vacant houses in 2017 and 2020 to investigate the temporal and spatial changes in vacant houses in Ami-dong and Chojang-d...
Cao, Yue, Lee, Sugie
According to an urban theorist, Jane Jacobs, urban vitality only promotes regional economic development but also improves street safety and enhances the sense o...
Spatial planning is a powerful policy tool for reducing greenhouse gas emissions since the urban form affects travel behaviors. However, despite large numbers o...
Jun, Hee-Jung, Kang, Seungyeoup, Jung, Suyoung, Kim, Taewan, Cho, Cheol-Ho, Jhoo, Won Young, Kim, Ji Young, Heo, Jae-Pil
An efficient prediction of the pedestrian crash hot spots of the transportation disadvantaged is important for pedestrian-friendly environments and the promotio...
Lee, Eui June, Kim, Kyung-Min
To stabilize housing prices in Seoul, the Korean government has strengthened tax and housing finance regulations against individuals. However, it has led to inc...
Seo, Jaewon, Jin, Jangik
After the 1997 financial crisis, polarization and income inequality have been much discussed as important social issues because it is believed that inequality m...
Lee, Hoon, Lee, Dong-Sung, Nam, Hyung-Kwon
This is a follow-up study that attempts an in-depth examination of the two-sided characteristics of the slope in each housing sub-market in Seoul. Therefore, to...