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Strategy for the Vitalization Economies in Inland Fishing Coofm Rmeugnioitniaels Network
Report No. 2017-06 Research Manager Sang Woo,Park
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Summary


◦ Chapter 2 contains the definition of a ‘river village’ and looks at its
general status. In this chapter, a river village is defined as a certain
size of a village, which engages in economic activities that promotes
the sustainability of fishery and promotes additional values, while
locating at inland fishery areas centering on fishing communities based
on social and economic homogeneity
- River villages are spatial areas which include five major river
waterways, dams and reservoirs as well as Korea’s 16 cities and
provinces, 172 cities, Gun, Gu, 2,911 Eup, Myeon, Dong (920 Eup,
Myeon and 1,991 Dong) which accounts for 5.7% of the total land.
- Inland fishery communities are 338 sites across the national with
8,328 residents (24.6 residents on average for a fishing community)
in accordance with the provision 15 of the Inland Water Fisheries
Act. In addition, one spatial feature of these areas is that these
communities are concentrated on the west side of the Beakdu
Mountain Range around areas of Han River and Geum River.
- River villages place fishing activities (fishing and aquaculture) at the
center and has developed agriculture, tourism and service industries
(fishing, marine leisure, excursion ship and ferry business etc.) in
surrounding areas.
- Due to the features of inland waters, multiple government
departments manage river villages in accordance with separate laws.
Unlike seas, in particular, dams and reservoirs are operated and
managed by designating water system managers.
- An awareness survey on fishing community shows that regional
development projects for inland water fishing areas are highly
necessary. Furthermore, projects that the respondents most want are
securing fishing infrastructure (40.1%), followed by tourism and
leisure business (27.9%), improving settlement conditions (18.0%) and
increasing income and jobs (8.8%).
◦ Chapter 3 investigates policy trends of Korea and foreign countries for
the vitalization of inland fishery areas. This chapter also takes a look
at the implications applicable to policy measures.
- First, the study covers the fourth Basic Plan for the Promotion of
Inland waters (2017~2021) and status of the sixth industrialization. It
also analyzes successes and project outcomes of cases including
Hwacheon Sancheoneo Ice Festival and Namhan River’s
self-management community in Danyang.
- Second, Japan’s policy for promoting inland fishery and its policy
trends of ‘making a river village’ are analyzed. In addition, various
measures for vitalizing regions are studied including history, culture
and regional specialization.
- Third, while accessing policy trends of CLLD (Community-Led Local
Development) driven by EU community, it looks at the cases of
vitalizing inland fishery areas, such as Pyhajarvi Lake of Finland and
Peipsi Lake of Estonia.
- Lastly, domestic and foreign case study results in the following
implications; ⅰ) needs to establish regional policy for inland fishery
areas at the government-level, ⅱ) operating a dedicated
organization, which is able to closely interact with fields, ⅲ) creating
additional value and jobs by turning regional features into a brand
◦ Chapter 4 carries out an analysis on conditions and status of river
villages and conducts domestic and foreign case studies. Through this
process, it sets up a direction for the vitalization of river villages,
suggesting policy measures including basic direction, implementation
strategy, direction for introducing projects and implementation process
etc.
- Goals of vitalizing river villages are as follows; ⅰ) increasing the
solidarity and influence of a community, ⅱ) stably maintaining the
society fishing villages, ⅲ) improving additional value and rising
income, and ⅳ) diversifying fishing activities.
- Specific projects for the vitalization of river villages are as follows;
ⅰ) strengthening the capacity of regional communities, ⅱ) improving
fishing production base of inland waters, ⅲ) enhancing additional
value of inland fishery, ⅳ) vitalization of tourism in river villages,
and ⅴ) preservation and restoration of inland water environment,
and ⅵ) preservation and restoration of historical and cultural
resources.
- Policy for vitalizing river villages require not only discovering fishery
and fishing community-related development projects, but also the
cooperation from other government departments and water system
managers.
- The following policies are suggested for the vitalization of river
villages; ⅰ) promoting support project for vitalizing fishery areas in
river villages, ⅱ) securing stable financial resources for vitalizing
river villages, ⅲ) pushing ahead the legislation of ‘Special Act on
Promotion and Support for River Village Areas (tentative)’, ⅳ)
reflecting river village policies into the 3rd Basic Plan for the
Development of Fishing Communities and Ports, ⅴ)designating a
dedicated organization for the vitalization of river villages.

Research Project Report 상세보기
Strategy for the Vitalization Economies in Inland Fishing Coofm Rmeugnioitniaels Network
Report No. 2017-06 Research Manager Sang Woo,Park
File

Summary


◦ Chapter 2 contains the definition of a ‘river village’ and looks at its
general status. In this chapter, a river village is defined as a certain
size of a village, which engages in economic activities that promotes
the sustainability of fishery and promotes additional values, while
locating at inland fishery areas centering on fishing communities based
on social and economic homogeneity
- River villages are spatial areas which include five major river
waterways, dams and reservoirs as well as Korea’s 16 cities and
provinces, 172 cities, Gun, Gu, 2,911 Eup, Myeon, Dong (920 Eup,
Myeon and 1,991 Dong) which accounts for 5.7% of the total land.
- Inland fishery communities are 338 sites across the national with
8,328 residents (24.6 residents on average for a fishing community)
in accordance with the provision 15 of the Inland Water Fisheries
Act. In addition, one spatial feature of these areas is that these
communities are concentrated on the west side of the Beakdu
Mountain Range around areas of Han River and Geum River.
- River villages place fishing activities (fishing and aquaculture) at the
center and has developed agriculture, tourism and service industries
(fishing, marine leisure, excursion ship and ferry business etc.) in
surrounding areas.
- Due to the features of inland waters, multiple government
departments manage river villages in accordance with separate laws.
Unlike seas, in particular, dams and reservoirs are operated and
managed by designating water system managers.
- An awareness survey on fishing community shows that regional
development projects for inland water fishing areas are highly
necessary. Furthermore, projects that the respondents most want are
securing fishing infrastructure (40.1%), followed by tourism and
leisure business (27.9%), improving settlement conditions (18.0%) and
increasing income and jobs (8.8%).
◦ Chapter 3 investigates policy trends of Korea and foreign countries for
the vitalization of inland fishery areas. This chapter also takes a look
at the implications applicable to policy measures.
- First, the study covers the fourth Basic Plan for the Promotion of
Inland waters (2017~2021) and status of the sixth industrialization. It
also analyzes successes and project outcomes of cases including
Hwacheon Sancheoneo Ice Festival and Namhan River’s
self-management community in Danyang.
- Second, Japan’s policy for promoting inland fishery and its policy
trends of ‘making a river village’ are analyzed. In addition, various
measures for vitalizing regions are studied including history, culture
and regional specialization.
- Third, while accessing policy trends of CLLD (Community-Led Local
Development) driven by EU community, it looks at the cases of
vitalizing inland fishery areas, such as Pyhajarvi Lake of Finland and
Peipsi Lake of Estonia.
- Lastly, domestic and foreign case study results in the following
implications; ⅰ) needs to establish regional policy for inland fishery
areas at the government-level, ⅱ) operating a dedicated
organization, which is able to closely interact with fields, ⅲ) creating
additional value and jobs by turning regional features into a brand
◦ Chapter 4 carries out an analysis on conditions and status of river
villages and conducts domestic and foreign case studies. Through this
process, it sets up a direction for the vitalization of river villages,
suggesting policy measures including basic direction, implementation
strategy, direction for introducing projects and implementation process
etc.
- Goals of vitalizing river villages are as follows; ⅰ) increasing the
solidarity and influence of a community, ⅱ) stably maintaining the
society fishing villages, ⅲ) improving additional value and rising
income, and ⅳ) diversifying fishing activities.
- Specific projects for the vitalization of river villages are as follows;
ⅰ) strengthening the capacity of regional communities, ⅱ) improving
fishing production base of inland waters, ⅲ) enhancing additional
value of inland fishery, ⅳ) vitalization of tourism in river villages,
and ⅴ) preservation and restoration of inland water environment,
and ⅵ) preservation and restoration of historical and cultural
resources.
- Policy for vitalizing river villages require not only discovering fishery
and fishing community-related development projects, but also the
cooperation from other government departments and water system
managers.
- The following policies are suggested for the vitalization of river
villages; ⅰ) promoting support project for vitalizing fishery areas in
river villages, ⅱ) securing stable financial resources for vitalizing
river villages, ⅲ) pushing ahead the legislation of ‘Special Act on
Promotion and Support for River Village Areas (tentative)’, ⅳ)
reflecting river village policies into the 3rd Basic Plan for the
Development of Fishing Communities and Ports, ⅴ)designating a
dedicated organization for the vitalization of river villages.

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