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1997이창동인정사정 볼 것 없다1999이명세2000~2004년플란다스의 개2000봉준호박하사탕2000이창동와니와 준하2001김용균고양이를 부탁해2001정재은후아유2002최 호


The purposes of this study are to analyze the meanings of urban spaces which are the background of the Korean films, and to capture the interactions of ordinary culture and urban spaces. By reading urban spaces through films, it is possible to understand the variety of experiences that are hardly captured with direct eyes, specific and vivid urban images, and various events formed by the interactions of spaces and people. The scope of the study is the urban spaces revealed in Korean films portraying cities after the 1960's as their settings, and the total of 18 films was selected with every 4~5 films for each time stage. With the selected films, analytical meanings were developed with considering three aspects; 1) phylogenetic meaning that simply reflects social-cultural and historical background, 2) the outer strum meaning that concerns the situation of special background and film scene, and 3) metaphorical and metanymic meaning on films. According to the appearance frequency, spatial backgrounds of film scenes are mainly alleys, main streets, railroad, loft, and riverside. And then the connection between spaces and meaning clusters was grasped, and reflected meanings were derived for every spaces. And the meaning of urban space in films was analyzed based on the meaning of developments and outer stratum. The fundamental characteristics and feelings of people in media such as films are more emphasized than in real world. Urban space is not considered as a simple visible shell, but is recognized as ‘a real situation' created by people. The intension of this study was to open the possibility Corresponding author: Young-Ai Seo, Dept. of Landscape Architecture, Graduate School, Univ. of Seoul, Seoul 130- 743, Korea, Tel.: +82-2-2210-2256, E-mail: terry116@empal.com