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Seoul's latest urban regeneration projects give power back to the people

피디 리포트 재생 도시
The Canary Wharf in London, La Promenade Plantee in Paris... or the Marina Bay in Singapore.
These are just some examples of urban renewal projects around the world.
Urban regeneration or renewal is rebooting abandoned and derelict areas with new developments to turn then into hip destinations brimming with new parks, cultural venues, and nightlife.
We're seeing more of this right here in the Korean capital, as well. The latest revitalization efforts of Seoul: Our News Feature tonight with Kim Jungsoo.
The neighborhood of Bulgwang 2-dong in Seoul's Eunpyeong District is usually quiet and unassuming, but it's recently received a meaningful injection of energy.
That's because the city of Seoul selected it in a contest as one of 20 neighborhoods in the capital that will receive 120 million won, or 100-thousand U.S. dollars, to fund its own urban regeneration programs.
Under the guidance of an urban regeneration activist who works with the city government, area residents are now busy surveying which parts of the neighborhood need to be restored.
But perhaps more importantly, the contest has helped bring the community together.

"Really, what is most meaningful is that the residents realize the importance of a strong sense of community, so that even when the external support ends, the neighborhood will continue to look for ways to grow."

The latest urban regeneration projects differ from past urban redevelopment programs, which started in the 1970s and were directed by the Korean government to address the country's rapid economic development and gentrification.
Construction companies were authorized to make abandoned areas livable and trendy, but people were evicted and their homes demolished.
The programs placed a heavy emphasis on exterior design, but ignored the needs and visions of area residents.

"Past redevelopment programs assumed that a new physical environment would guarantee a good living environment. But we soon realized that we had overlooked two factors -- the geographical uniqueness of the region and the sense of community and culture. So urban regeneration projects should account for both elements."

Many urban-planning experts point to a little community in the center of Seoul to prove their point.

"Jangsu Village in Seoul is a prime example of successful urban regeneration. As Seoul faces the inevitable effects of an aging population, many believe the village can serve as an effective role-model."

Jangsu Village has a population of about 600 people in 300 households.
Many are migrants from the countryside who were displaced by the Korean War, and over 65 percent of them are well over 60.
Jangsu Village was considered for a government-driven "New Town Development" project back 2004.
But no commercial developers opted to join in, because the available land was too small and the issue of land-ownership was too complicated.
Then, things took a turn in 2008, when area residents decided to take the initiative to recruit their own architect... and come up with their own renewal plan.
They approached the Seoul city government in 2013 to seek financial support for their plan, in which the city government would listen to the village, rather than directing it.

"Really, our attempt at urban renewal is very different from other government-led initiatives, which often build a roadmap aimed at reaping the most benefits in the shortest amount of time. Our focus is on the comfort and needs of our residents."

As a result of their efforts, Jangsu Village now boasts a number of new features.
There are new staircases, CCTV cameras and community spaces called sarangbangs, where area residents -- many of whom are aging and live alone -- can gather and spend time together.

"It's great to have this space to spend the winter. The roads have become wider, and the residences all have gas and electricity now."

But as the village representative stresses again and again, urban regeneration projects do not, and should not, have a fixed timeline.
As longtime residents move away and new ones come in, the neighborhood will have to adjust to the needs of the changing community, which means that the regeneration process becomes a thoughtful, continuous conversation between the people and the spaces they inhabit.
Kim Jung-soo, Arirang News.


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classictutor : One aspect of urban renewal that Seoul has to consider which London, Paris, and Singapore don't have to worry about is the military defense aspect. What some people consider as ugly modern apartments that ring Seoul has a dual purpose. They are designed to withstand North Korean artillery bombardments while at the same time present urban warfare obstacle to any invading forces.
W Tan : A minor correction: Marina Bay in Singapore is not an urban renewal project. It is on greenfield reclaimed land.
Estelle Ng : Do you have sources ?

Seoul's latest urban regeneration projects give power back to the people

피디 리포트 재생 도시

Seoul is famous for its beautiful landscape and architecture, but much of it was planned and directed by the central and local governments.
Now, the citizens are slowly re-developing their towns and neighborhoods, while also re-igniting their sense of community.
Kim Jung-soo tells us more.
The neighborhood of Bulgwang 2-dong in Seoul's Eunpyeong District is usually quiet and unassuming, but it's recently received a meaningful injection of energy.

Under the guidance of an urban regeneration activist who works with the city government, area residents are now busy surveying which parts of the neighborhood need to be restored.

The latest urban renewal projects differ from past urban redevelopment programs, which started in the 1970s and were directed by the Korean government to address the country's rapid economic development and gentrification.


"Past redevelopment programs assumed that a new physical environment would guarantee a good living environment. But we soon realized that we had overlooked two factors -- the geographical uniqueness of the region and the sense of community and culture."

Many urban-planning experts point to a little community in the center of Seoul to prove their point.


"Jangsu Village in Seoul is a prime example of successful urban regeneration. As Seoul faces the inevitable effects of an aging population, many believe the village can serve as an effective role-model."

Jangsu Village was considered for a government-driven "New Town Development" project back 2004.
But no commercial developers opted to join in, because the available land was too small and the issue of land-ownership was too complicated.
Then, things took a turn in 2008, when area residents decided to take the initiative to recruit their own architect... and come up with their own renewal plan.


"Really, our attempt at urban renewal is very different from other government-led initiatives, which often build a roadmap aimed at reaping the most benefits in the shortest amount of time. Our focus is on the comfort and needs of our residents."

As a result of their efforts, Jangsu Village now boasts a number of new features.
These include new staircases, cctv cameras, and "community spaces" or sarang-bangs, where residents, many of whom are aging, single-person house holds, can gather around and spend the time together.

But as the village representative stresses again and again, urban regeneration projects do not, and should not, have a fixed timeline.
As longtime residents move away and new ones come in, the neighborhood will have to adjust to the needs of the changing community, which means that the regeneration process becomes a thoughtful, continuous conversation between the people and the spaces they inhabit.
Kim Jung-soo, Arirang News.

Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages
Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang

Homepage: http://www.arirang.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv
Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld
Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld

[꼬꼬무 12회 요약] 마늘밭에서 발견된 의문의 '플라스틱 통'! 파고 또 파도 나오는 기막힌 '이것'의 정체는? | 꼬리에 꼬리를 무는 그날 이야기 (SBS방송)

#꼬꼬무 #꼬꼬무요약 #마늘밭


2011년 4월 전라북도 김제 축령마을.
공포에 휩싸인 한 남자가 있다.

조폭이 찾아올지 모른다는 두려움으로 보낸 하루하루.
자신 때문에 가족까지 해코지 당할지도 모른다는 공포에 남자는 결국 집을 떠나 도망자 생활을 시작한다.
남자에겐 도대체 무슨 일이 있는 걸까?

남자의 이름은 안세현. 나쁜 일이 아닌, 좋은 일을 했다는 남자.
그런데 그는 왜 불안에 떨고 있는 걸까?
평화로운 그의 일상을 송두리째 뒤흔든 건 바로 땅 속에서 발견된 ‘이것’이었다.

사건 발생 두 달 전.
굴착기 기사 세현 씨는 나무를 옮기려고 땅을 파다 ‘플라스틱 통’ 세 개를 발견한다.
언뜻 보기에 평범한 검정봉지에 싸여있던 통.
땅을 파다보면 온갖 쓰레기가 나오는 터라 세현 씨는 대수롭지 않게 다시 묻어버렸다.
그땐 아무도 몰랐다.
이 통이 엄청난 사건을 불러올 것이란 걸..

밭을 팔 때마다 속속 드러나는 충격적인 현장에 조용하던 시골마을은 발칵 뒤집히게 된다.
대한민국을 뒤흔든 의문의 통 미스터리!
과연 땅속엔 어떤 비밀이 묻혀 있을까?

장도연, 장성규, 장현성, 세 이야기꾼이 전하는
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