근대기 목포 한국인 마을의 한옥 건립 특성 연구


A Study on the Characteristics of Hanok Construction in Mokpo Korean Village during Modern Era

강재호, 김지민

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Mokpo is a representative modern city in Korea that has developed since it opened a port in 1897. Especially, Bukgyo-dong in Mokpo is the only place where you can identify Mokpo's history as a representative residential district of Koreans before opening the port of Mokpo. Since the early 1900s, wealthy people in Mokpo had built Hanok in Bukgyo-dong on a large scale, which was different considerably from the existing Hanok in the southern area of Korea. The Hanok in those times showed the modernized lifestyle while maintaining the tradition externally. In other words, it is the modern Hanok. Hanok in Bukgyo-dong has a typical 'ㄱ-type'. The Hanok of 'ㄱ-type' had been rarely seen in Jeon-nam until the late Joseon Period as well as in farming villages near Mokpo in the modern era. Hanok in Bukgyo-dong has a typical traditional wooden structure. However, in terms of design and elevation, there were some changes by using modern architectural materials such as the glass and red bricks. As the late of Japanese occupation came, Hanok became more and more Japanized by using of Japan-style roof tiles and windows. In other words, the Hanok of Bukgyo-dong in Mokpo reflects the situations in those times well.


1. 서론
1.1 연구의 배경 및 목적
1.2 연구의 내용 및 방법
2. 목포 근대화 과정과 북교동
2.1 개항 무렵 목포
2.2 근대기 북교동
3. 북교동 한옥의 건축적 특징
3.1 북교동 한옥 개요
3.2. 평면 형식
3.3. 구조 및 양식
4. 결론


  • 강재호 Kang, Jae-Ho. 목포대학교 대학원 건축학과 박사과정
  • 김지민 Kim, Ji-Min. 목포대학교 건축학과 명예교수, 공학박사


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