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Material Type : electronic books, journals No.
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 :
Korea Citation Index [chosen by NRF as an excellent journal]
Volume 56(3); June 2021
Park, Su-Hun, Kim, Dong-Hyun, Park, Jin-A
This study aims to derive visual elements that have influenced the recognition of crime fears in aging low-rise dwellings using eye tracking techniques and surv...
Shin, Hakcheol, Woo, Myungje
New towns developed in suburban areas have played some positive roles, such as eliminating overcrowding in central cities and distributing population and housin...
Classification of Local Living Zones and Analysis of Their Characteristics by the Service Area Size of Convenient Service Facilities Calculated on the Basis of Pedestrian Network : Using Seoul’s Libraries as an Example
Hah, Jungmin, Kim, Kijung, Yun, Jinsung, Lee, Seungil
This study aims to contribute to establishing a policy that resolves inequality in convenient service facilities and provides a balanced service using Seoul’s l...
Han, Seoung-Uk, Bang, Doo-Won, Kwon, Hyuck-Shin
We analyzed what factors affect the implementation of urban regeneration projects based on the results of monitoring the progress of the Urban Renewal New Deal ...
Kwon, Yeon-Hwa, Choi, Yeol
This study analyzes Korean cities and national spaces from the perspective of “inclusiveness” to resolve conflicts occurring in urban spaces and pursue the sust...
Kang, Tae-Yeon, Park, Jina
Commercial areas have been changing for a long time, and we need to examine the process of their transformation. However, most research being conducted is on a ...
Cho, Yun, Sung, Hyungun
In the urban planning field, the daily living areas within either a city or a county have long been defined by the uniform unit of a certain population size, es...
Lee, Hyeryeong, Lee, Wongu, Jung, Hunyoung
Currently, shared mobility is attracting attention as an important strategy to cope with urban traffic problems. Carsharing is the most representative model of ...
Kim, Jinman, Ki, Donghwan, Lee, Sugie
The transition to a non-contact society after the outbreak of COVID-19 is having a substantial impact on people’s lifestyles and travel behavior. This study aim...
An Investigation into the Temporal and Spatial Impacts of Pohang Earthquake on Housing Sales Price in Korea : Application of Difference-in-Difference and Multilevel Model for Actual Transaction Price of Apartment Housing
Shin, Gwang-Mun, Lee, Sam-Su, Lee, Jae-Su
This study sought to analyze the spatial and temporal effects of earthquakes on housing prices in apartments in Pohang City in Korea’s housing market, where ear...
Yi, Changhyo, Kim, Kijung
This study aimed to confirm the spatial heterogeneity of factors affecting the rate of increase and decrease of vacant houses in Korea at a temporal range of 20...