JDMCT 제 3권 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


Innovative Integration of Brain-Computer Interface and Virtual Reality Technologies for Cognitive Rehabilitation

Sung-Jong Eun | JDMCT 3(1) 1-7

Abstract : In this paper, the training contents for cognitive rehabilitation as part of the healthcare service model were designed and examined with 20 elderly users on to improve their concentration level and assess their satisfaction with the proposed game contents compared to existing ones. In order to increase the motivation of training contents as a gamification model, the Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) component and virtual reality (VR) training contents were proposed that induce the users’ movements. Through the developed training contents, the possibility of the cognitive rehabilitation was examined in order to expand the variety of contents for the elderly users and their healthcare. The promising evaluation results demonstrate that incorporating BCI technology enhances user concentration levels during training sessions. Future research will further verify BCI information to improve signal and image processing techniques for managing specific diseases.

Keyword : Cognitive rehabilitation, Training contents, Gamification model, BCI, VR



The Aesthetics and Origins of Taepyeong-seong-si-do as an Urban Genre Masterpiece

BoHyun Kim | JDMCT 3(1) 9-17

Abstract : The urban genre artwork known as Taepyeong-seong-si-do has provoked substantial scholarly interest within the field of East Asian art due to its detailed representation of an animated castle town bustling with mercantile pursuits. Despite the dearth of conclusive details surrounding its origin including the date of creation, the artist involved and its formal title, this artwork has secured its standing as an exceptional illustration of artistic mastery. The purpose of this paper is to to undertake a thorough theoretical analysis of Taepyeong-seong-si-do and to unravel its unique attributes and unexplored facets. Moreover, this study seeks to illuminate the origins and influences of the Chinese aesthetic, visible in the portrayed attire and architectural elements. By undertaking this multifaceted examination, this study is expected to make a substantial contribution to the comprehensive understanding of Taepyeong-seong-si-do.

Keyword : Taepyeong-Seong-Si-do, east asian painting, aesthetics, configuration



Exploring the Research Achievements and Challenges of Ancient Tombs in Goguryeo

Ho-Sang Yu | JDMCT 3(1) 19-26

Abstract : Ancient Goguryeo tombs with their unique forms and structures offer profound insights into the cultural landscape and architectural prowess of the Goguryeo civilization. These tombs manifest as underground structures that reflect the contemporary Goguryeo residences and make them indispensable subjects for research due to their architectural and cultural significance. Accordingly, this study aims to undertake a comprehensive examination and utilization of the extant Goguryeo tombs located in China and the northern Korean Peninsula. The analysis incorporates various perspectives on the distribution of these tombs based on previous academic research. It also comments on the challenges and limitations faced in studying Goguryeo structures due to geopolitical restrictions. The paper suggests a need for collaborative research with neighboring countries for a comprehensive understanding of the Goguryeo era.

Keyword : Goguryeo, Tomb culture, Mural tombs, Research achievements, Challenges



Restoration and Cultural Revitalization: Culture Station Seoul 284 as a Historical Landmark and Cultural Hub

SooYeon Kwon | JDMCT 3(1) 27-34

Abstract : Trains have historical significance and train stations are transportation centers that symbolize an era so architects built buildings with the dreams of the times. In this regard, Culture Station Seoul 284 as the former Seoul Station is a historic landmark that has undergone restoration and transformation into a complex cultural space. The purpose of this paper is to explore the background and restoration process of Culture Station Seoul 284 that revitalized the former Seoul Station as an iconic landmark in South Korea’s modern history and a gateway for exchange. Culture Station Seoul 284 represents a successful restoration and transformation of a historic railway station into a vibrant cultural space. Its fusion of the past and present as well as its commitment to preserving heritage while embracing contemporary art forms makes it a valuable cultural asset for the city of Seoul.

Keyword : Train station, Culture Station Seoul 284, Cultural revitalization, Historical landmark



Analyzing Art Collaboration Preferences on Characteristics and Consumer Types

JeeGeun Kim, Yeun-Hee Kim | JDMCT 3(1) 35-43

Abstract : As the convergence phenomenon increases in modern society, it is important to create added value through collaboration in various fields. In particular, art collaborations are recognized as an effective marketing strategy to satisfy consumers’ desire for emotional and artistic experiences. However, there is a relative lack of research on the relationship between consumption and collaboration. In this regard, the purpose of this study is to analyze the characteristics of art collaborations and the consumers’ preferences towards the collaboration by their consumption type. By doing so, this study aimed to provide basic data on art collaboration that can contribute to the creation of profits between artists and collaborators. The results of this study are expected to help establish a systematic foundation for the art collaboration industry.

Keyword : Art collaboration, Consumption pattern, Preference analysis, Marketing strategy



Local Culture and Ecology in Beautiful Rural Construction: Principles, Practices and Preservation

Wang Yanfei, Dongjo Kim | JDMCT 3(1) 45-56

Abstract : With the prosperity and development of the economy and culture, the society pays more and more attention to the construction of beautiful villages. The local cultural landscape can fully express the geographical characteristics and development process of a village and has an important protection and continuity effect on the material spiritual culture. In the context of advocating the Beautiful Rural Construction (BRC), the paper aims to analyze local culture landscapes according to different local conditions and cultural differences. Detailed insights are drawnthe analysis of Wuyuan’s successful preservation of its local culture, the snowscape of Heilongjiang and how it has tailored its landscape construction to local conditions, Yan'an’s expression of both old and new cultural elements and Xinjiang Muji County’s harmonious blending of ecological beauty and cultural life. The paper concludes with design suggestions to respect original ecology, inherit national customs and embrace modern styles in revitalizing local landscapes.

Keyword : Beautiful Rural Construction; Local culture; Local landscape; Landscape design



The New Silver Generation in South Korea: Understanding Cultural Characteristics and Developing Tailored Programs

BoYoung Kim | JDMCT 3(1) 57-66

Abstract : As the population of older adults continues to grow, it is essential to meet their evolving needs and provide them with opportunities for active participation in society. It highlights the need for diverse policies and cultural programs to cater to their changing needs and promote active participation. To address this concern, this paper examines the characteristics and status of the growing New Silver Generation that differsthe current elderly population. The paper proposes customized museum education programs for seniors that emphasize the importance of financial sustainability and voluntary participation. By providing opportunities for cultural engagement, seniors can enjoy a fulfilling cultural life while contributing to its development.

Keyword : New Silver Generation, Cultural life improvement, Social and cultural policy, Cultural program