Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: 25, Pages: 1-7
Yeong Taek Kim1 , Chan Hee Lee2* and Kyeong Sik Park3
1 Damwon Cultural Heritage, Seoul - 113882, Republic of Korea; [email protected]
2 Department of Cultural Heritage Conservation Sciences, Kongju National University, Gongju - 314701, Republic of Korea; [email protected]
3 Department of History, Danguk University, Yongin - 448701, Republic of Korea; [email protected]
The Conservation Management System (CMS) for stone sculptures in Gyeongbokgung Palace (hereafter referred to as the Palace) was developed after three years of surveying and researching on the works, compiling and classifying the research results and creating a database for managing the sculptures effectively and systematically. In addition, the system was constructed considering the prospect of linking with and expanding into other palaces. Along with this, development plans were presented for education and promotion contents that utilize the humanistic study archives. As part of this study, characters were designed by adopting as the subject matter the symbols and meanings of the statues of the ‘Seosu’ (Auspicious Beasts image) in platform of ‘Geunjeongjeon Hall’ in the Palace and the draft plans were also produced for the story telling animation that reflects study contents together with the audio tour guide contents that developed the story telling visit to the stone sculptures across the Palace.
Keywords: Conservation, Contents, Stone Sculptures, Storytelling
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