Korean government intends to build a new administrative capital in order to alleviate over-population concentrated in capital area including Seoul, and is now making the master plan of the new capital. It is said that the administrative capital will be located in Chungcheongbuk province or Chungcheongnam province in the middle of Korea and nothing else has decided up to date. Therefore, various opinions concerned with the construction of new administrative capital have been suggested, and many studies on the new capital are carrying out for supporting decision-making of the location of the new capital, the size of the city, the size of investment, etc. This study is one of them.
The purpose of this study is to analyze the impacts caused by moving of administrative function on Capital region, Choongcheong regions and other regions. The study focuses on making quantitative analysis of impacts from a social and economic point of view: the change of population, regional economy and environment, and the impact on balanced development policy, etc. The study expects to give a guideline or data for reference to the decision-makers and the planners concerning with new administrative capital.
This study consists of 5 major parts.
In the first part, the study has scrutinized the plenty of conception and ideas for new administrative capital, the controversy and disputation about new capital, and the cases of foreign countries.
In the second part, the study has made three types of plot to build the new administrative capital according as how many governmental organizations move to the new capital. And then, the study has calculated the construction costs of new capital in accordance with each alternatives. The first alternative is to move the central administrative agencies except some of them located in Daejeon Government Complex in Choongcheong regions. In this case, the population to be planned for the new administrative capital has been estimated at five hundred thousand, and the cost of construction has been estimated at thirty-one trillion won. The second alternative is to move the Office of the President, central administrative agencies, the National Assembly, and offices of diplomatic missions in Korea. The planned population has been estimated at seven hundred thousand, and the construction costs has been done at forty-two trillion won. The third alternative is to move one of the second alternative plus the Supreme Court and some public institutions: the Office of the President, Central Administrative Agencies, the National Assembly, offices of diplomatic missions in Korea, the Supreme Court, and some public institutions. The planned population and the construction costs have been estimated at one million and fifty-seven trillion won respectively.
In the third part, the study has estimated the movement of population due to building the new administrative capital by each alternatives: the movement of officers and their families, immigrants caused by new jobs in the new administrative capital. In case of the first alternative, it has been analyzed that the immigrant of 344,000 would come from existing capital region, and 125,000 persons and 22,000 persons would immigrate from Choongcheong regions and from other regions to the new capital respectively. In the second alternative, the immigrant from existing capital region would be 479,000 persons and it would be 176,000 persons from Choongcheong regions and 37,000 persons from other regions. In the third alternative, the immigrant would be 686,000 persons from existing capital region, 258,000 persons from choongcheong regions, and 43,000 persons from other regions.
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- 신행정수도 건설의 사회·경제적 파급영향 분석연구(The soco-economic impact analysis on the construction of new capital in Korea)
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신행정수도 건설의 사회·경제적 파급영향 분석연구(The soco-economic impact analysis on the construction of new capital in Korea)
|Series Title; No||국토연 / 2003-20|
|Subject Country||South Korea(Asia and Pacific)|
|Subject||Territorial Development < National Land Development|