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This study utilizes the Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) variables - including "attitude," "subjective norms," and "perceived behavioral control" - to understand the relationship between mask-wearing behavior and physical/non-physical leisure activity participation in Koreans as well as the...

Author(s)
Kim YoungJae; Cho JeongHyung; Kang SeungWoo
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2020, 17, 20,
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BACKGROUND: Although sites and types of injury frequently occurring in fencers have been well described, the type of injury caused by the use of fencing movements is still unknown. This study aimed to provide basic data for injury prevention by understanding the sports injury status in fencers....

Author(s)
Chung JinWook; Lim BeeOh; Cho JiHoon; Lee KiHyuk
Publisher
Edizioni Minerva Medica, Torino, Italy
Citation
Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness, 2020, 60, 10, pp 1371-1376
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This paper addresses the growing phenomenon of cosmetic surgery tourism through a focus on the development of this industry in South Korea. Unlike many discussions of this topic, the paper decentres dominant narratives based on west-goes-east or north-goes-south journeys. Instead, we look at...

Author(s)
Holliday, R.; Cheung, O.; Cho JiHyun; Bell, D.
Publisher
Wiley, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Asia Pacific Viewpoint, 2017, 58, 2, pp 190-202
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Numerous golf courses are being constructed in Korea lately. Along with the construction, many civil complaints are filed against destruction of environment and use of pesticides and fertilizers that are known to significantly affect the water quality of surface water near golf courses. This study...

Author(s)
Cho JaeHeon
Publisher
International Association of Computer Science and Information Technology Press (IACSIT), Jurong West, Singapore
Citation
International Journal of Environmental Science and Development, 2013, 4, 2, pp 143-147
Abstract

The belief that elite sport and its mega events act like behemoths trampling over all before them is widely held, not least in the culture industries. But how accurate is this view and what contradictory evidence, if any, can be cited? In order to answer these related questions, this article...

Author(s)
Cho JiHyun; Bairner, A.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
Leisure Studies, 2012, 31, 3, pp 271-289
Abstract

Previous research has shown horticultural therapy (HT) provides both physical and mental benefits to those engaged in the gardening activities. Individuals' willingness-to-pay (WTP) for these benefits, however, is unknown because of the lack of well-defined markets for HT. As such, this study...

Author(s)
Lee ChoongKi; Park, S. A.; Mjelde, J. W.; Kim TaeKyun; Cho JaeHwan
Publisher
American Society for Horticultural Science, Alexandria, USA
Citation
HortScience, 2008, 43, 6, pp 1802-1806
Abstract

A questionnaire survey was conducted among park visitors (n=165) to examine their attitudes towards the visitor-reservation system of Soraksan National Park, Korea Republic. Majority of the respondents affirmatively recognized the introduction of the reservation system.

Author(s)
Lee JooSoo; Cho JoongHyun; Kim YoungGeun
Publisher
Korean Society of Environment and Ecology, Daejeon, Korea Republic
Citation
Korean Journal of Environment and Ecology, 2003, 17, 1, pp 92-100
Abstract

A questionnaire survey was conducted in Choansan Urban Neighbourhood Park in Korea Republic to determine the socioeconomic characteristics of park users (n=63), their level of interest in the park, their views on park management, and their intention to participate in park management. Most of the...

Author(s)
Kim YongGeun; Cho JoongHyun; Park TaeHee
Publisher
Korean Society of Environment and Ecology, Daejeon, Korea Republic
Citation
Korean Journal of Environment and Ecology, 2002, 16, 3, pp 287-295
Abstract

A questionnaire survey was conducted to examine visitors (n=339) attitudes toward the admission fee system in Songnisan National Park, Korea Republic. Most of the respondents believed that the admission fee was too expensive, and most were against the collection of admission fees for cultural...

Author(s)
Kim YongGeun; Cho JoongHyun; Park TaeHee
Publisher
Korean Society of Environment and Ecology, Daejeon, Korea Republic
Citation
Korean Journal of Environment and Ecology, 2002, 16, 3, pp 261-270
Abstract

From a survey of 600 residents from 5 major cities in Korea (October 5-22 1996), most (75%) of the respondents did not recognize the concept of ecotourism. Of those that did, these people were more likely to take an interest in environmental matters, and visiting nature parks had a strong...

Author(s)
Kim YongGeun; Cho JoongHyun
Citation
Korean Journal of Environment and Ecology, 1998, 12, 2, pp 156-162

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