JDMCT 제 2권 1호

○ Journal of Digital Media Culture Technology

ISSN(P) : 2983-0664
ISSN(E) : 2983-0850

Publisher : Next-generation Convergence Information Services Society 

○ Aim & Scope

In the global era, integrated services that combine cross-border humanities, arts, and technology have been widely adopted for the advancement of the future industry and economy. Various technological elements in the fields of arts and humanities have been converged and elements of new media and art have been incorporated to advance technologies.

The “Journal of Digital Media & Culture Technology” publishes original research papers in convergence that forms the basis of the ubiquitous era by fusing research in the fields of arts, humanities, design, and architecture with the diversity and application of content. The Journal’s special interest lies in both theoretical and practical research contributions presenting new techniques, concepts analysis, reports on experiences and experiments of implementation and application of theories, and tutorials on new technologies and platform trends.

  - Art culture contents areas (culture, photography, production, purity, space, etc.)
  - Humanities culture content areas (linguistics, history, literature, etc.) 
  - Design culture content areas (advertisement, visualization, production, etc.)
  - IT and multimedia culture content areas (games, media, video, images, animation, etc.)
  - Architecture culture content areas (interior, exterior, etc.)
  - Other new media culture area

The Journal promotes domestic and international research and scholarly activities and contributes to the development of learning through the integration of fields including arts, humanities, design, media, life sciences, architecture, games, and new media culture, in cooperation with industry, academia, and research institutes.

 Editorial Board 

  ◆  Editors-in-Chief 
        JungYoon Kim, Gachon University, Korea


  ◆  Editors    

        DongJo Kim, Sunchon National University 

        SangHun Nam, Changwon National University 

        Yangmi Lim, Duksung Women's University 

        Chang Choi, Gachon University, Korea

        Won-Hyoung Lee, Chung-Ang University 

        Eun Joung Kim, Gachon University, Korea

        Yong Sung Kim, Chonbuk National University
        Sung-Jong Eun, National IT Industry Promotion Agency

Journal Archive


Big Data in Healthcare: An Investigation into Medical Data Management and Privacy Implications in China

P Sai Bhaskar, B. Dinesh Reddy | JDMCT 2(1) 1-9

Abstract : Amidst the rapid technological advancements, big data has emerged as a crucial component in healthcare transformation, influencing clinical operations, pharmaceutical R&D and personalized treatments. The Chinese government has proactively responded to this trend by promoting and standardizing big data applications in healthcare. In this regard, the purpose of this study is to explore the evolution and implications of big data in healthcare with a specific focus on the medical data management in China. For this, this study uses a survey-based approach and proposing a risk assessment index system to underline the significance of big data and cloud resources. Findings indicates that areas such as data analysis, diagnosis processes and lack of protection are the most at risk. Sidelegislation, healthcare providers, insurers and other entities handling medical data need to be educated on the importance of data privacy and the procedures to maintain it.

Keyword : Big data, security measures, health care, privacy



A Comparative Analysis and Utilization Policy for the Cultural Landscape of the Dasan Cultural Festival

Jeong-Mo Lee | JDMCT 2(1) 11-18

Abstract : Cultural landscapes hold significant value in South Korea as they represent the interplay between human activities and the natural environment. Local festivals play a crucial role in activating and showcase the unique cultural landscapes of different regions. In this regard, this study focuses on the Dasan Cultural Festival that shares the same name in Namyangju and Gangjin. By examining the festival’s development plan, this study identifies certain limitations including the absence of a symbolic program and limited economic support. Through a comparative analysis and exploration of mutual exchange between the two regions involved in the festival as well as the revitalization of the cultural landscape associated with Dasan Jeong Yak-Yong, valuable insights for festival development and cultural landscape enhancement can be derived. This study expects to become a useful reference for the understanding of the potential and strategies for utilizing cultural landscapes in the context of the Dasan Cultural Festival.

Keyword : Cultural landscape, Dasan festival, Festival, Utilization Policy



Analyzing the Progression and Conservation of Historical Artifacts

Bo-Hyun Kim | JDMCT 2(1) 19-26

Abstract : Addressing the need for selective preservation in an era where conserving all historical structures is unfeasible, the challenges has been identified in balancing their preservation with developmental pursuits. The purpose of this study is to scrutinize the complexities of managing and conserving historical s and structures with profound connections to a city’s past and its present identity. For this, the ongoing status of development and conservation of these historical s was examined and their significance, potential limitations and the roadmap towards establishing sustainable landscapes was analyzed. This paper emphasizes the necessity of not only recognizing historical significance but also fostering contemporary connections that lead to a richer understanding and experience of these s. The study concludes with implications for future academic inquiries and practical applications in the realm of historical preservation and management.

Keyword : Historical buildings, Historical s, Cultural landscapes, Sustainability



Reconstructing the Significance of the Dalseong Ruins in Daegu

Narae Lee, Yeun-Hee Kim | JDMCT 2(1) 27-34

Abstract : Daegu Dalseong Ruins, an ancient tomb complex, has sufferedthe effects of urban development and resulted in the lossalteration of many tombs. While previous excavations have focused on the tombs, research on the Dalseong fortress has been limited. In this regard, the purpose of this study is to emphasize the importance of a meticulous examination of local historical resources to authenticate the true essence of Dalseong and shed light on its historical context and cultural significance. The study examines the geographical location, the archaeological remains and the historical and cultural significance of these ruins. Through careful analysis, the study aims to contribute to a deeper understanding of the cultural, historical and social dimensions encapsulated within the Daegu Dalseong Ruins.

Keyword : Daegu, Dalseong Ruins, Burial Mounds, Dalseong Mud Castle, Three Kingdoms Period



The Significance of Korean Ceramic Patterns: Exploring Historical Changes, Symbolic Meanings and Development Directions

Hyeon-Jin Kim | JDMCT 2(1) 35-43

Abstract : Ceramics comprise a significant portion of our cultural heritage, each piece manifesting unique attributesits historical period and region of origin, discernible through embedded patterns. These patterns not only amplify the artistic appeal of the ceramics but are rich in symbolic meanings so they can provide insight into historical progressions. This paper presents a chronologically organized study of Korean ceramic patterns and explore their transformation inherent meanings and the craftsmanship of South Korean ceramics. Through this comprehensive comparison, the remarkable diversity and excellence of Korean ceramics are illuminated to pave the way for the creation of future masterpieces that seamlessly combine the mystical elegance of Goryeo ceramics with the humor, openness and moderation embodied by Joseon ceramics.

Keyword : ceramic, Goryeo, Joseon, ceramic patterns, distiction



A Study on the Cultural and Historical significance of the ancient tombs in Silla and Gaya

SoYoon Choi | JDMCT 2(1) 45-53

Abstract : During the Three Kingdoms Period in South Korea, the construction of ancient tombs emerged as a significant material phenomenon. While the ancient tombs of Goguryeo, Baekje and Silla have received considerable attention, the tombs of Gaya have also become a subject of exploration due to their historical importance. Although archaeological data related to these tombs has been partially acquired, ongoing discoveries continue to reveal remainsthe Unified Silla and Gaya. In thie regard, the purpose of this study is to concentrate on the recent accumulation of materials pertaining to the Unified Silla and Gaya ancient tombs. Through an examination of their historical background, distinctive characteristics and construction methods, this paper seeks to elucidate the cultural and historical significance of Silla and Gaya tombs.

Keyword : Ancient Tombs, Silla, Gaya, and Construction Methods



An Investigation into the Genesis and Features of Minimalistic Art: Focused on Robert Morris

Oh Young Kim | JDMCT 2(1) 55-63

Abstract : Minimalism as an artistic movement epitomizes a modern approach that endeavors to distill paintings and sculptures to their fundamental components, often embracing the tenets of geometric abstraction. In the context of minimal art which emanatesthe principles of minimalism, the ethos revolves around exercising restraint and embracing simplicity. Within this milieu, Robert Morris emerges as a prominent and influential figure and he is widely acknowledged for his invaluable theoretical contributions to the movement. The paper aims to study on the historical backsurrounding the emergence of minimalism and situates it within the broader framework of contemporary art theory. For this, the paper examines the distinctive characteristics of minimalism specifically its emphasis on ness, spatiality and repeatability as exemplified through the artistic oeuvre of Robert Morris.

Keyword : Minimalism, abstraction, minimal art, Robert Morris.