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SCOPUS 학술저널

Analysis on Residents Recognition and Preference for Planning a Natural Recreation Forest Near City

Focused on Planning Mt. Wora Natural Recreation Forest in Jinju City

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As a part of research to improve the satisfaction of residents on natural recreation forests near/within a city, the recognition of the residents was investigated and evaluated by using five-point Likert scale or frequency analysis for the plan of Mt. Wora natural recreation forest in Jinju city, which included the awareness, importance, preference, and visit intention of the residents. Until now, the personal goals of most visitors at Mt. Wora have been exercising or walking, and showed different from those of visitors at recreation forests with lots of recreational facilities and natural resources. Also the satisfaction was 3.6 and tended to be lower than that at natural recreation forests. The awareness and necessity of natural recreation forest were 3.3 and 4.0 respectively. As a result, the awareness was lower than the necessity though most respondent (84.5%) had already visited and experienced natural recreation forest before this survey. In the importance of facilities and programs, recreation/relaxation places, family accommodation, education, and leisure and sports were 4.2, 3.7, 3.7, and 3.4 respectively. The result shows a feature that the education was equal/similar to the family accommodation and the leisure and sports was over 3.0. In the preference of the types of accommodation and outdoor stay, the frequency of bungalow was 57.4% and higher than others. And then the frequency of autocamping and glamping were 36.5% and 32.9% respectively, and higher than that of camping. It indicates that users prefer more convenient types to typical/common types. The awareness and necessity of forest culture education were 3.1 and 4.1 respectively. The awareness of leisure and sports facilities was 3.2. The preference of adventures (zip line, eco-adventure etc.) was 3.4 and higher than those of others.

Abstract

Ⅰ. Introduction

Ⅱ. Method

Ⅲ. Results and discussion

Ⅳ. Conclusion

Ⅴ. References

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