Title Analyzing Vulnerable Regions of Living Culture Facilities in Small and Medium-sized Cities Outside Metropolitan Area and Proposing Direction for Facility Planning
Authors 유성은(Yoo, Sung Eun) ; 오명원(Oh, Myoung Won)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.7.33
Page pp.33-42
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Living Cultural Facility; Living SOC; Urban Regeneration; GIS Accessibility Analysis; Vulnerable Region; Facility Complexation
Abstract This study aimed to develop a cutting-edge GIS-based accessibility analysis technique for living cultural facilities in Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do. The ultimate goal was to identify vulnerable regions and propose appropriate facility planning directions. To achieve this, a comprehensive review of relevant literature and public facility complex projects was conducted, categorizing the characteristics and types of living and cultural facilities. Furthermore, an accessibility analysis of living cultural facilities, encompassing cultural and public sports facilities, was conducted to identify vulnerable regions. The analysis methodology was based on E2SFCA, combining both walking and driving scenarios to obtain an accessibility index. Vulnerable areas were identified as those with significantly lower accessibility indices, measuring less than 0.0001. Based on the distribution of vulnerable areas, a model for new facilities was proposed in the southern region of Hoehyeon-myeon. This particular area exhibited a high concentration of vulnerable regions. It is an agricultural area situated in a plain, devoid of local history, tourism resources, or local products, and falls within an endangered high-risk area. Among the various complex types considered, a healing care facility was suggested to facilitate the influx of outsiders. The proposed plan incorporates elements of smart farming and healing agriculture, featuring a generation-integrated healing agricultural experience center, nursing facilities, and rural shared offices equipped with accommodation and convenience amenities. The integration of metaverse technology enables remote participation through an online platform, ensuring accessibility anytime and anywhere.