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|Euijune Kim(Seoul National University)
|Sung Hyun Kim (Korea Planning Association)
|Chanho Kim (Chung-Ang University)
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)
The Journal of the Korea Planning Association (JKPA) is an open access journal founded in 1966. As the leading academic journal in urban and regional planning in South Korea, JKPA has embraced the multidisciplinary nature of this field.
The official journal title is The Journal of the Korea Planning Association (JKPA), JKPA encourages submissions of articles that employ multidisciplinary research methods and involve diverse geographical contexts, including non-Korean cities and rural areas. As the scope of the journal is international, we encourage submissions of articles from places that have experienced similar or different patterns of urban development to Korean cities, which are frequently characterized by rapid economic growth and urbanization.
Korea Citation Index [chosen by NRF as an excellent journal]
Volume 58(7); December 2023
Hyun, Haejun, Woo, Myungje
The compact city attempts to address complicated challenges such as traffic congestion, reckless proliferation, and environmental contamination through high-den...
Park, Wonsun, Lee, Changyeon
This study explores the relationship between the number of users in senior citizensโ centers, the neighboring walking environment, spatial differences in the nu...
Yu, Seo Young, Kim, Donghyun
This study is intended to identify health inequalities in Seoul and individual and regional factors affecting the health of the cityโs residents. The study focu...
Gu, Hanmin, Lee, Sangwon
The Government of Korea has made consistent institutional efforts to support the economies of abandoned mining villages in Korea. An illustrative case is the Bl...
Seo, HyeongJu, Park, In Kwon
This study is intended to investigate the travel patterns of individuals aged 70 and above, who are expected to have a significant amount of leisure time after ...
Kamata, Yoko, Kang, Jung Eun
In recent years, urban areas, particularly old downtowns, have witnessed a surge in vacant houses, highlighting the need for measures to prevent their persisten...
Bae, Min-Cheul, Lee, So-Yeong, Joo, Hee-Sun
This study is intended to analyze the factors that make destinations attractive to leisure travelers, differentiating between weekdays and weekends, so as to id...
Lee, Gwangseok, Jang, Seongman
Since personal mobility devices first appeared in Korea in 2012, they have become increasingly widespread. Personal mobility devices are widely used as a means ...
Jung, Seungjin, Go, Seungwook, Lee, Seungil
As senior citizens age, their increasing physical and socio-economic vulnerability leads them to become sedentary. This problem must be solved, as it makes it d...
Shin, Jaeeun, Woo, Myungje
With increasing interest in urban and regional economic growth strategies through functional linkage approaches between cities, a number of studies have been co...
Kim, Seung Jung, Kim, Tae Oh
By analyzing the historical background to a guarantee system for housing completion in South Korea, this study examines the changes to Koreaโs housing regime in...