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ISSN : 2383-8051(Print)
ISSN : 2384-3411(Online)
Asian-Pacific Journal of Social Quality Vol.2 No.2 pp.45-57
DOI : https://doi.org/10.14729/ajsq.2015.2.2.04

A Study on the Need for Cultural Content Industry in South Korea

Shi-hyeong SONG
Ph.D., is Assistant Professor at the Department of Entertainment, Gukje Cyber University, Suwon, South Korea.
Ph.D., is Assistant Professor at the Department of Entertainment, Gukje Cyber University, Suwon, South Korea. E-mail: aniculture@naver.com

Abstract

Cultural content industry, which has its basis on sensitivities and creative activities of humans, is a newly rising industry, and its importance is getting more and more recognition. In order help it develop a different approach from those to other industries is needed. What should be noted about it is that, unlike other conventional manufacturing industries it values humans’ cultural creativity and that it is a high value-added industry. The cultural content industry is now positioning itself as an important axis of the drive for economic growth of South Korea. For this reason, it is necessary to systematically rearrange studies on the need for cultural content industry. For this the followings should precede: understanding of its development directions and a thorough knowledge about its characteristics, a close examination on the South Korean government’s promoting policies for cultural content industry, and effective policy establishmen

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