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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 :
Korea Citation Index [chosen by NRF as an excellent journal]
Volume 56(1); February 2021
Woo, Ho-Sung, Koo, Ja-Hoon
Seoul provided a community housing for public rental to utilize the advantages of artists and community housing. Thus, the city expected to contribute to the vi...
Cao, Yue, Ha, Jaehyun, Lee, Sugie
The concept of urban vitality is a critical factor in urban areas because it affects both the quality of life and urban sustainability. Regarding urban vitality...
Cho, Hyo-Sang, Koo, Ja-Hoon
As interests in “region” and “community” have increased recently, various efforts have been made to rediscover and revitalize the values of regions and communit...
Seo, Kyeong Hee, Lee, Boram, Kim, Kyung-Min
Social innovation, as an alternative to the government or market failure, refers to the approach of local communities, civic groups, experts, and governments to...
Song, Ki-Wook, Yun, Byung-Hun, Nam, Jin
This study explores the dynamic characteristics of the level of spatial clustering and the changes in location centrality according to the distribution of domes...
Urbanization has an agglomeration effect that simultaneously promotes economic growth and reduces poverty. However, many studies use an integrated level of the ...
Lee, Jeongmin, Kim, Dongjun, Lee, Seungil
Although the number of self-employed individuals in South Korea has been declining with time, it is relatively high. This is owing to the increase in the number...
Jin, JungKyu, Jin, JangIk
Particulate matter negatively affects personal health and daily living; hence, it has become a popular topic in academia. Transportation-related variables have ...
Seong, Taekyung, Lee, Sugie
In several studies, the relationships between the neighborhood food environment and the corresponding socioeconomic characteristics have been analyzed. Conseque...
Yeom, Jae-Weon, Jang, Sae-Woom, Ha, Dong-Oh, Kang, Seung-Won, Jung, Ju-Chul
After the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 as a pandemic on the 11th of March, the world is facing a change. The emphasis on social distancing ...
Shin, Yong-Hyeon, Lee, Sang-Min, Chang, Kwon-Hee, Yang, Dong-Min
Human settlements are primarily located in cities, and the risks associated with natural disasters caused by changes in the weather are increasing. Consequently...
The rise of drones (UAVs) for various civilian purposes is leading scholars and practitioners in the planning discipline to examine their potential. Despite its...