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KCI등재 학술저널

국립5ㆍ18민주묘지 공간적 효과의 현재성과 리데파크 문화공원화 구성안의 함의

The May 18 National Democratic Cemetery, along with the April 19 National Democratic Cemetery, the March 15 National Democratic Cemetery, and the National Sinam Seonyeol Park, has a spatial effect that reflects the regional identity and the presentness that there are more survivors of the people who are supposed to be buried. In addition, a research report that recently established a development plan to reconstruct this place almost entirely has been produced, and its implications need to be examined from the perspective of cultural parkization that has been insufficient. This paper examines the presentness of the spatial effect of the May 18 Democratic Cemetery and the contents and implications of the composition of the LIDE-Park Cultural Park on the premise that artificial sanctuary can rather weaken visitor intimacy. To this end, the writer discusses the process of establishing the May 18 Democratic Cemetery and research reports and papers directly or indirectly related to the place, and spatial effects characterized by local identity and presentness in terms of the amount of burial space available in the future. In addition, the writer introduces the contents of the recently produced LIDE-Park cultural park composition plan and discusses the implications and limitations of the plan critically.

Ⅰ. 서론

Ⅱ. 국립5ㆍ18민주묘지 관련 선행연구

Ⅲ. 조성과정의 의미와 공간적 효과의 현재성

Ⅳ. 리데파크 계획의 문화공원화 내용과 함의

Ⅴ. 결론

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