JDMCT 제 2권 2호

○ 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


Exploring Family Engagement in Museum Education by Utilizing the Contextual Learning Model

Se-Ji Lee | JDMCT 2(2) 65-77

Abstract : Museums are increasingly implementing family education programs, yet there remains a scarcity of research differentiating these initiativesconventional educational programs. The purpose of this study is to apply the constructivism framework that underscores the crucial role of participant interactions to investigate the principles underpinning family-friendly museum exhibitions. After an analytical comparison of elements associated with family-friendly museum education, the Children’s Museum of the National Folk Museum of Korea emerged as a model institution that effectively integrates key aspects of family-oriented learning and fostering meaningful interactions among participants. Findings in this study advocates for the creation of tailored family education programs catering to family-oriented visitors through diverse learning modalities.

Keyword : Museum education, Contextual Learning Model, Family Education Program, Family-friendly, Children’s Museum



An Exploration and Impact Analysis of Fog Computing in Healthcare and Tactile Internet Applications

A. Joshmitha, Eali Stephen Neal Joshua | JDMCT 2(2) 79-86

Abstract : Dispersed computing along with its three crucial elements and its inherent options continues to encounter several challenges. The division between the endpoint devices and the cloud can pose a problem for latency-sensitive applications such as disaster management and content delivery systems. Fog computing presents a novel paradigm to address these issues. The purpose of this paper is to present an in-depth analysis of fog computing, its evolutionearly computing models and its impact on healthcare and the emerging Tactile Internet technology. It offers an exploration of concepts underpinning fog computing and outlines evaluation guidelines with focus on heterogeneity, Quality of Service, variability, mobility and outsourcing-insourcing decisions. The study emphasizes fog computing’s potential in real-time data processing, privacy enhancement and ultra-low latency provision and it suggests further research on cooperative algorithms and service quality improvement.

Keyword : Fog Computing, Distributed computing, key aspects, models



Examining the Impact of Online Media Advertising on Art Exhibition Engagement and Visitor Satisfaction

Youla Kim, Yeun-Hee Kim | JDMCT 2(2) 87-97

Abstract : In this era of technological advancements, access to culture has improved and reshaped public perception of the cultural industry to underline the vital role of advertising in the arts. The purpose of this study si to examine the effectiveness of online media in promoting exhibitions through literature research and audience interviews. In this study, the impacts of advertising frequency was explored on visitor satisfaction, engagement and willingness to revisit. The findings show that individuals with a pre-existing interest in artsexhibitions primarily obtained their informationsocial media postsads and often purchased tickets through these platforms. While most were satisfied with the media information about exhibitions, about less than half of respondents felt the quality of related media information and advertising could be improved. This study underscores the potential of online media in driving exhibition attendance and provides empirical data for future use.

Keyword : exhibition viewing, artwork, media advertising, digital, online advertising



Transcending Boundaries: Yayoi Kusama’s Artistic Expression Through Accumulation, Soft Sculptures, and Polka Dots

Yeon-jin Kim | JDMCT 2(2) 99-108

Abstract : Kusama Yayoi, a prominent Japanese contemporary artist, has made significant contributions to the art world through her exploration of diverse mediums and her deeply personal artistic expression. The purpose of this study is to examine Kusama’s unique artistic world with focus on her installations that are rooted in her personal experiences and influenced by her struggles with obsessive-compulsive disorders. While it is impossible to provide a comprehensive overview of Kusama’s extensive 63-year career, this study seeks to analyze the thought-provoking questions raised by the artist and their implications for contemporary art. By delving into Kusama’s installations, this study expects to enrich the understanding of art history and gain insights into the trajectory of contemporary art.

Keyword : Kusama Yayoi, Sculpture, Artistic Thought, Installation Works



Exploring Dumulmeori: Navigating the Intersection of Cultural Landscape, Ecotourism, and Sustainable Management

Eun-Young Lee | JDMCT 2(2) 109-117

Abstract : Dumulmeori is the confluence of the South and North rivers and the beginning of the Han River in South Korea. With its early morning mist, sunrise, huangpo sailboats and 400-year-old zelkova trees, Dumulmeori is an ecotourism resource, the first scenic spot on the Han River and a historical and cultural tourism resource with a variety of stories. This study offers a comprehensive exploration of Dumulmeori’s cultural landscape to dive into its origins, key landmarks such as the 400-year-old Zelkova tree and its representation in artistic works. It discusses the current dilemmas surrounding Dumulmeori’s management including the delicate balance of preservation and utilization and the need for collaboration among various stakeholders. It presents a promising branding project designed to improve tourism management by developing a harmonious brand identity that complements Dumulmeori’s natural beauty. This study expects to extend strategic initiatives to ensure the sustainable development and responsible utilization of Dumulmeori’s rich cultural and natural resources.

Keyword : Yangpyeong, Dumulmeori, Cultural landscape, Resource conversion,Tourism resources



Analysis of Andong Folk Museum and its Surroundings: Opportunities and Challenges

Ja-Hyeong Kwon | JDMCT 2(2) 119-126

Abstract : Andong Folk Museum renowned for its strategic location near the Nakdong River’s mouth stands as a prominent tourist attraction in Andong City. However, there is a recognized need to strengthen the museum’s integration with its surroundings and associated facilities. The purpose of this study is to examine the Andong Folk Museum and its relationship with the natural and cultural landscape in its vicinity. It explores the museum’s exhibits both indoor and outdoor sections and their role in showcasing the folk culture of the Andong region. The analysis evaluates the current state of the surrounding environment including the Andong Cultural and Tourism Complex and the Wolyeonggyo bridge. The findings highlight the need for improved connectivity and collaboration with nearby cultural institutions. The insights contribute to the preservation and appreciation of Andong’s cultural heritage and offer guidance for the future development of the Andong Folk Museum.

Keyword : Museum, Natural Landscape, Cultural Landscape, Andong



The Utilization and Policy Frameworks for Cultural Landscape Resources in Gyeongju’s East Coast

Gi-Baek Lee, Suji Kim | JDMCT 2(2) 127-135

Abstract : Gyeongju City is implementing various cultural tourism projects based on local cultural and landscape resources and is striving to create a maritime tourism base for the east coast of Gyeongju, which is rich in historical and natural resources in addition to the historic district in downtown Gyeongju. However, the east coast of Gyeongju is geographically inaccessible and there are aspects that lack interest and awareness compared to the Gyeongju Historic District. The purpose of this paper is to identify the value and importance of the east coast area of Gyeongju as a cultural landscape resource and to investigate related measures and draws suggestions for a development plan that can overcome biased development plans and geographical weaknesses. To overcome these limitations, the study underscores the value and importance of cultural landscape resources and advocates for inclusive development plans that encompass the distinct attributes of the East Coast region.

Keyword : Cultural landscape, Natural landscape, Cultural tourism business, Cultural content, Gyeongju



Narrative Design in Practice: Enhancing Cultural and Economic Value Through Wall Painting at Qilihai Ark Theater, Tianjin

Wang Yi Xiang | JDMCT 2(2) 137-147

Abstract : This study investigates the application of narrative design in the creation of wall paintings with focus on the Ark Theater in Tianjin Ninghe Qilihai. For this, it explores the narrative design concept in wall painting with the analysis of successful examples including the Martyrs Yu Fangzhou wall painting.this basis, the study derives design principles and applies them to the creation of wall paintings in different areas of Qilihai including the Red Liberation Courtyard, Green Wetland Courtyard and Antique Ark Theater. The innovative application of narrative design is expected to bring diversity and increase engagement beyond conventional approaches, ultimately contributing to the enhancement of cultural heritage and promotion of the spirit of the Ark. The study integrates theoretical analysis, field investigation and case study methodology to provide a comprehensive view of the potential of narrative design in cultural preservation and dissemination.

Keyword : Narratology, Wall painting, Martyrs in the ark, Qilihai Ark Theater, Qilihai wetland