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觀光地 住民의 觀光行態에 관한 硏究 : 西歸浦市를 事例地域으로 하여
A Study on the Tourism-behaviors of Residents in Resort Areas : A Case Study of Sogwipo, Chejudo

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Authors
吳南三
Issue Date
1991-02
Publisher
서울대학교 국토문제연구소
Citation
지리학논총 별호, Vol.11, pp. 1-153
Keywords
觀光行態觀光動機觀光意識觀光者距離 凋落性觀光影響tourism behaviortourism motivationtourism awarenesstouristdistance-decaytourism impact
Abstract
This research, conducted in the Sogwip’o City area which is one of the best-known resorts of Korea, attempts to understand how the residents react as

tourists themselves their motivations and their perceptions concerning tourism.

An analysis of data obtained from a 143 question questionair circulated to 3,226 residents of the Sogwip'o area between May and the end of July, 1990, has produced the following conclusions.

Tourism Behavior:

In the selection of the type of tourist destination when undertaking travel

within Korea, Sogwip'o residents have an overvhelmingly high preference for

natural tour destinations but on Cheju they indiscrimminately visit diverse

types of destinations. Furthermore, it seems that while mainland tourists are

not concerned with distances, Sogwip'o residents, with the exception of some

places including islands and recreational areas, have a distinct concept of

distances.

Tourism Motivation:

Sogwip’o residents' reasons for tourism travel breakdown to four types -

relief from daily routines, to be with nature, seeking activities of a physical nature and for purposes of social intercourse - but among these four purposes, travel for reasons of relief from daily routine and to be with nature

constitute the major motivations. Furthermore, it was demonstrated that the

greater the motivation, the more a person traveled, and that there was a

distinct relationship between motivation type and destination type.

Tourism Resource Awareness:

Generally, Cheju's tourism resources were recognized as extremely

important, especially the natural and local folk customs and were considered

of greater importance that man-made attractions such as aquarium and

theme-parks, while a great love and devotion for one's home town’s resources

was indicated.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/89825
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College of Social Sciences (사회과학대학)Institute for Korean Regional Studies (국토문제연구소)지리학논총 별호지리학논총 별호 Volume 09/10/11/12/13 (1991)
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