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Citizen Participation Model for Seouls Master Plan

2030 Seoul Plan(Draft)

It Takes a Whole Village to Raise a Child African Proverb


Dreams and Hopes

Various Facilities

Neighbors

Kindergarten, School

Mountain, River, Tree

An Urban Master Plan is

Life

Place

a Plan to Deliver Hope for CitizensLife and Place


Until a Child Becomes an Adult.

In Addition, a Master Plan is


Welfare
Culture

Life
Space
Plan

History

Job

Life
Space
Plan

Family

Property

Education
Neighbor

a Plan for the Entire City


Including Diverse Fields with Extensive Influence on the Lives of All Citizens,

Intermediate-Range Plan
for General Administration

Framework
for Spatial Plan

Long-Term Vision
for the Relevant Field

Based on Intermediate and LongTerm Implementation

Debate and Discussion

Elicitation of vision

Plan for goals,


Spatial Strategy

Convergence of Opinion and


RevisionSupplementation

1. Planning
Procedure

A Plan Established by Diverse Stakeholders including Citizens, Experts, and Administrative Bodies

2. Content
and Form

Strategic Plan Centered on Key Issues Directly Connected to the Lives of Citizens

3. Plan Stature

Legal Stature as Seouls Highest Plan, with Enhanced Feasibility

ExistingPlan

Current Plan (proposed)

Plan of the Citizen, by the Citizen, for the Citizen!

Plan Issues that Consider the Lives of Citizens such as Welfare, Education, Job, etc.
Shape Major initiatives of goals with Spatial Plan.

City characteristics
Current Status

Vision of Seoul

City Characteristics
Current Status,
Diagnose Change
Vision of Seoul

Spatial Structure

Plan for
Each goals

12 Indiscreet Plans
Including Transportation,
Distribution

Spatial Plan

Implementation of Plan
(AdministrationFinance)

Realization Plan

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Center of Administration that Discusses the Change and Development Direction of Seoul
Suggests Directions and Serves as Foundation of All Plans of Seoul Metropolis
Enhanced Feasibility of the Plan with Monitoring, Follow-up Plan, etc.

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Developed Together with Citizens of Seoul

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Fundamental Direction for 20 Years, Reflecting the Zeitgeist of Seoul

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Catchphrase and Vision that Led Our Society

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Purpose-oriented Value by Time, such as Rapid Growth and Globalization
National
Income

Global
Competitiveness
Top 20

The World to Seoul,


Seoul to the World
Overcoming
Hardship

Live a Better Life

Learn or Perish
Postwar
Recovery
1950~60s

Miracle of
Hangang (River)!

Development of
Gangnam

1970s

1980s

1998

Present

Year

What is the Vision of Seoul the City should Pursue Now?

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Role of 2030 Vision of Seoul

Solve the Present


Problems of Seoul

Look Ahead and


Provide Direction

It Must Solve Present Problems


and Provide Directions for a Leap Forward

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Stuck in the Age of Slow Growth

Interregional Disparity

Intensified Competition Among


Global Metropolises

Aging City Infrastructure


New Town,
Redevelopment Conflict

Demographic Change

Climate Change

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For the First Time Regarding the Master Plan,


Drawn from Concentrated Discussion through Pre-Conference (2 Times) and Main Conference
by 100 Members of the Citizen Participatory Panel

(2 Days)

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Issues
12 Initiatives

Expansion of Governance Foundation (Including Citizens Participation)

Monitoring (Implementation of Seoul Plan)


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For the Realization of 2030 Vision of Seoul

5 Issues 17 Goals 58 Strategies

Expansion of Governance Foundation (Including Citizens Participation)

Monitoring (Implementation of Seoul Plan)

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Selection Process of 5 Goals


2030 Vision of Seoul
7 Goals Desired by Citizens

Mediation by Experts

Selection of 5 goals

Happy City of Citizens with Communication and Consideration


Subsidize Education and Education Cost
Welfare for the Weak, including Young Adults,
Children, and Seniors
Create Jobs for Young Adults, Seniors
and Promote Small Creative Businesses
Communication with Citizens
Develop Historical and Cultural Resources and Landscape
Respond to Climate Change and Preserve the Environment
Effective Redevelopment Construction
and Small-Scale Reorganization
Arranged Into 5 Categories:
WelfareEducationWomen / IndustryJob / HistoryCulture /
EnvironmentEnergySafety / City SpaceTransportationMaintenance

Together without Discrimination, People-oriented City


Dynamic Global City with a Strong Job Market
Vibrant Cultural & Historic City
Lively & Safe City
Stable Housing and Easy Transportation,
Community-Oriented City

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Welfare/Education/
Women

Together Without
Discrimination

Industry/
Job

History/Culture/
Landscape

Environment/
Energy/Safety

Lively

with a Strong Job Market

City Space/
Transportation/
Maintenance

Stable Housing
and Easy Transportation

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Major Indicators
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48%

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Together
Without
Discrimination, Dynamic Global
People- City with a
centered City Strong Job
Market

2030

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2013

Stable Housing and


Vibrant Cultural
Easy Transportation,
And Historic City
CommunityOriented City Lively &
Safe City

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2013

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For the Realization of 2030 Seoul Vision

Issues
12 Initiatives

Expansion of Governance Foundation (Including Citizens Participation)

Monitoring (Implementation of Seoul Plan)

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1. Spatial Structure

2. Initiatives (12)

3. Plan by Region (5)

4 Directions to Achieve Seouls Goal

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1. Spatial Structure

2. Initiatives (12)

3. Plan by Region (5)

1. Respect Seouls Unique Natural


Inner and Outer Mountains, Han River and Streams, Historic City Center (Seoul City WallArea)
2. Readjust the Spatial Structure of Seoul
for Enhanced City Competitiveness and Balanced Development

3 Main centers 7 Regional Centers 12 Local Centers


3. Establish City Axes for Communication and Mutual Development
Transportation Axis, Greenway Axis, 3 Core Interfaces, and Development Axis

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1. Spatial Structure

2. Initiatives (12)

3. Plan by Region (5)

Four inner mountains connect the Seoul City Wall, Four outer mountains surround the Seoul City,
Han River and its Branch Streams, Seoul City Wall, Etc.

4 inner mountains connected the


Seoul City Wall
4 outer mountains surrounded the
Seoul City
Han River and its Branch Streams

Seoul City Wall

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1. Spatial Structure

2. Initiatives (12)

3. Plan by Region (5)

International Business Center (IBC)


International Cultural Center (ICC)

International Financial Center (IFC)

4 Inner Mountains
4 Outer Mountains
Han River and its streams
Seoul City Wall

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1. Spatial Structure

Absorb higher-level business function


including international affairs.

2. Initiatives (12)

3. Plan by Region (5)

Utilize the potential


of the transfer station sphere of influence
Establish the regional
employment foundation (IT integration, etc.).

Establish the wide-range


employment foundation of the Northwest.

Create a new knowledge-based industry


(Bioindustry, etc.)
Expand the creative knowledge
based employment function.

Interface with the Gangnam area


(higher-level business,, MICE)

4 Inner Mountains
4 Outer Mountains
Han River and its streams
Seoul City Wall

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1. Spatial Structure

directly connects 3
main centers and capital area.
facilitates interface in the
central area.

2. Initiatives (12)

3. Plan by Region (5)

around Four major


mountains connected the Seoul City Wall
and Four major mountains surrounded the Seoul City
penetrates
centers~Yongsan Park~Han River

among 3 main
centers, metropolitan centers, and capital area

Transportation Axis
Greenway Axis
Regeneration/Development Axis
Axis Linking 3 Centers
3 Main Centers(function as International Centers)
7 Regional Centers
12 Local Centers
4 Inner Mountains
4 Outer Mountains
Han River and its streams
Seoul City Wall

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1. Spatial Structure

2. Initiatives (12)

3. Plan by Region (5)

Regeneration/Development Axis
Axis Linking 3 Centers
3 Main Centers(function as International Centers)
7 Regional Centers
12 Local Centers
4 Inner Mountains
4 Outer Mountains
Han River and its Streams
Seoul City Wall

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1. Spatial Structure

Based Structure

1
Main
Center

City Center

Yongsan, Cheongnyangni
Wangsimni, SangamSusaek,
Yeonggdeungpo, Gangnam

SubCenters

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Local
Centers

Sanggye, Yeonsinnae, Mia, Mangu,


Sinchon, Gongdeok, Mokdong,
Daerim, Sadang, Jamsil, Cheonho

2. Initiatives (12)

-Based Structure

Historic City Center(Seoul City Wall Area),


Main
Centers

Regional
Centers

Yongsan , CheongnyangniWangsimni,
SangamSusaek

Local
Centers

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District
Centers

3. Plan by Region (5)

District
Center

Mangu, Mia,
Sinchon,
, Mokdong,

is for stature adjustment


is for name or area adjustment.

District center to be adjusted as necessary


in the follow-up plan through discussion
among residents and autonomous districts

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1. Spatial Structure

2. Initiatives (12)

3. Plan by Region (5)

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1. Spatial Structure

Strengthen management of the


as a historical center,
and enhance the management of historical resources and its adjacent areas.
Manage
as a natural culture heritage, create a Han River-centered city space.
Recover
area as Seouls locationalhistorical symbolic space.

2. Initiatives (12)

4 Inner Mountains

Major Historical
Resources

4 Outer Mountains

Han River

Historic City Center

Management on
Han River and waterfront Area

Yongsan Park

3. Plan by Region (5)

South-North Greenway
Underground Construction of Road
and Creation of Green space
Creation of Green Space Network

Mt.Bukhan

Mt.Bukak
Mt.Deokyang

Preserve and enhance the


around 8 inner and outer
mountains, Han River and its branch streams,
Restore
of Seoul near the Seoul City Wall Area.

of the
which represents 2,000 years of history, by their characteristics.

Mt.Yongma
Mt.Inwang Seoul City Wall

Mt.Nak

Achasanseong
Yongsan Park

Mt.Nam

Amsa Prehistoric
Settlement Site
Pungnaptosung
Mongchontosung

Han River

which has been severed by urbanization,

and
Reinforce the roles of the parks through using the space as a venue for various
programs on educationurban agriculturefestivalculture, etc.

Mt.Gwanak

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1. Spatial Structure

2. Initiatives (12)

Metropolitan Express

3 Main Centers

3. Plan by Region (5)

(Extension of Suseo~Uijeongbu)

Metropolitan Rapid Express


7 Regional Centers

Airport Express Rail


Subway Line no.9

12 Local Centers

(traditional culture, Korean Wave, K-pop, etc.).

Yeonsinnae
Bulgwang

Mia
Mangu

Gimpo Airport

Goyang: Enhance the

Dongdaemun
Sinchon

Ansan: Promote a

Pangyo: Establish
Uijeongbu: Establish the

Mapo
Gongdeok

etc.

Sungsu
Cheonho
Gildong

Mokdong

Bongcheon Sadang
Isu
Suseo
Munjeong

(GasanDaerim~Gangnam)

Establish an
Establish a
to interface
and integrate major points and nearby cities.
SiheungAnsan

Sungnam(Bundang)

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1. Spatial Structure

Promote
specialized
considering
the capital area Hinterland.
Promote
to establish
within their area including commerce, culture, and public service.

2. Initiatives (12)

3. Plan by Region (5)

Railway Regeneration Area (Creation of Park)

3 Main Centers

5 Regions of Seoul
Ground Railroad

7 Regional Centers

Railway Regeneration Axis

Prior Management Planning Site

12 Local Centers

Yeonsinnae
Bulgwang

Mia
Mangu

Implement
through interface
with regional resources.

aged infrastructure including railroad

Dongdaemun
Sinchon
Mapo
Gongdeok

Sungsu
Cheonho
Gildong

Mokdong

Bongcheon Sadang
Isu
Suseo
Munjeong

Select and manage the


Establish a specialized development strategy by region
through the Neighborhood plan
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1. Spatial Structure

2. Initiatives (12)

3. Plan by Region (5)

Deduce and improve regional plan initiatives

Introduce
including preservation,
management, and repair in accordance with the local characteristics.

in areas of concentrated low- and-medium-rise


houses.

in areas with neglected


Continuously expand
and

service.

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1. Spatial Structure

2. Initiatives (12)

3. Plan by Region (5)

(570,000 people)
Dobong-gu
Nowon-gu
Gangbuk-gu
(1,230,000 people) Eunpyeong-gu

(3,290,000 people)
Seongbuk-gu Jungrang-gu
Jongno-gu Dongdaemun-gu
Seodaemun-gu
Jung-gu
Gangseo-gu
Mapo-gu
Sungdong-gu
Gwangjin-gu
Gangdong-gu
Youngdeungpo-gu
Yongsan-gu
Yangcheon-gu
Gangnam-gu Songpa-gu
Dongjak-gu
Guro-gu
Seocho-gu
(2,180,000 people)
(3,170,000 people)
Gwanak-gu
Geumcheon-gu

Division into sub-region to be provided in the follow-up plan, neighborhood plan

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City Center Region MainInitiatives


Strengthen the Central Function for Korea. Preserve Historical Culture
Resources. Improve the Competitiveness of the Urban-Type Industry.

Promote the Seoul City Wall as the center of historical culture.


(
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Interface Seoul Station~Yongsan and absorb/strengthen the international business function.

Increase vitality by expanding residential function and related facilities


(Systematically respond to returning demand such as foreigner, single household, and elderly)
Preserve and manage specialized housing with historical location
(Hanok traditional housing village, Seoul City Wall, near palace, etc.)

Enhance transportation demand management


(Strengthen parking demand management, introduce street-based congestion fee system,
LEZ selection, etc.)

(Shinansan Line, extension of Shinbundang Line to Northwest,


expansion of central bus-only line, reorganization of bus route system, etc.)

create South-North greenway


(Mt.Bukhan ~ Mt.Nam ~ Yongsan Park ~ Han River)

(Management of landscape near natural environment and historical heritage such as


Four inner mountains connected the Seoul City Wall and Cheonggyecheon (Stream))

(Dongdaemun : fashion, Jongro : jewelry, filmpublication, etc.)


(Create foundation for integration and convergence of related business)

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Northeast Region MainInitiatives


Weak Employment and Central FunctionWeak Accessibility
and Intense CongestionAmple Universities and Natural Resources

, CheongnyangriWangsimni, etc.)
,

Seongsu semi-industrial district, etc.)


Rehabilitate and manage residential areas in accordance with geographical
and housing type characteristics (Prepare reorganization measures for high
altitude district, hill areas, and waterside housing. Prepare management
solutions for low-rise housing and aging large-scale apartments, etc.)

Establish efficient railroad-centered public transportation system


Create eco-friendly transportation space in accordance with regional condition
(
, etc.)

Establish a connection of ample natural resources and green park space


(
Creation of park in upper Dongbu Expressway, ecological culture space in
Jungnang Stream), etc.)
Expand cultural/welfare infra. In neighborhood units
(Performance space, physical activity facility, nurseryyouth facility, etc.)

(Create jobs for young adults, industry-academics project)

Myeonmok,Jangwi,Seokgwan: needlework,
Seongsu,Janganpyeong: car-related industry, etc.)

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Northwest Region MainInitiatives


Weak Central Region Management Problem due to Aged Housing
Adequate Foundation for the Regional Community

(Enhance digital media function by connecting SangamSusaek and


GoyangIlsan)
Connect
and
to promote the area as a foothold for
creative industry
Enhance the regions central function in employment and industry
(Enhance central interface function of MapoGongdeok, YeonsinnaeBulgwang)

(Establish an eco-friendly residential area, maintain public foundation facilities by


neighborhood units, maintainsupply small houses in college-concentrated area)

Construct railway to enhance connection among regions

Reorganize transportation system in preparation for exchange between South


and North Korea (Construct bypass road to replace Tongil-ro)

Construct parks in upper part of urban infrastructure


(Upper part of Gyeongui LineAirport Railroad,
)
Establish community space on waterside space and restore ecological stream
(Hongje Stream, Bulgwang Stream)

through interfacepromotion of regional resources


(DMC, World Cup Stadium,
, Dongnimmun area, etc.)
Specialize university resources to establish a foothold for global cultural exchange
(Integration and convergence support of diverse functions including global culture,
R&D, business establishment)

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Southwest Region MainInitiatives


Diminished Semi-Industrial Function Weak Infrastructure for Leisure
Industrial Growth in the Southwest Region of the Capital Area Era of Yellow Sea

Enhance global finance function


(Specialize YeongdeungpoYeouido into International Finance Center)
/ Magok knowledge based industry)
Reorganize residential environment in mixed land use area of residential and
industry (Construct futuristic multi-complex with harmony among industry,
residential, and supporting facilities)
Improve residential environment through management of aged large-scale
planned city
Strengthen regional interface through improved and expanded transportation
network (
Underground Seobu Expressway and Congress Express, construct Gangnam
beltway)

, restore ecological stream


(Anyang Stream, Dorim Stream, Bongcheon Stream, etc.)

Promote specialized industrial and cultural space


(
, Noryangjin education industry)
Manage semi-industrial area by characteristics and promote regional
specialization (Specialization using planned industrial site, old factories, etc.)

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Southeast Region MainInitiatives


Collective Aging of Large-Scale Residential AreasAnticipated Transportation
Congestion from Nearby RedevelopmentAdequate Employment Function

(Accumulate international business function around


large-scale developable land)
Jamsil, create foundation for international businesstourism

Improve residential environment of concentrated low-rise residential area and


manage by characteristics (Expand infrastructure including road and parking
space, prepare solutions against disasters, etc.)
Improve management of transportation demand
(Manage parking demand, mileage based congestion fee system, LEZ, etc.)
Establish railroad centered public transportation system

Establish Han River~Tan Stream~Yangjae Stream centered waterside network


(Preservation and revitalized use of waterside ecological environment
of Tan Stream, Yangjae Stream, etc.)

(Promote specialized cultural art in the area near Seoul Arts Center, etc.)
Develop tourism contents through integrating history, cultural art,
and natural resource

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2030 Seoul Plan

Transportation Master Plan


Environment Preservation Plan
Housing Master Plan
Residential Environment
Redevelopment & Rehabilitation Plan
Park and Green Space Master Plan

Detailed District Plan


Maintenance Project
City Planning Facility
Use Zoning/District/Area
Urban Development Project

The Seoul, a Sharing City Project


Urban Safety Master Plan
Safe City Seoul
Pedestrian-Friendly City
Historical Culture...
The Seoul Welfare Standard ...

Priority of policies to be selected and reflected on resource allocation


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Detailed Neighborhood Plans: 5 Regional Plans, Appx.140 Local Plans


(Neighborhood Plan at regional and local level)

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Created Together with Citizens

2030
SEOULPLAN

2030SEOULPLAN
MonitoringReport
2014

Citizens Experts (Citizen Participatory Panel, Subcommittee, etc.)


who participated in the initial planning process of 2030 Seoul Plan will participate in future evaluation meetings, workshops, etc.

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Citizen Interest and Participation are the Most Important of All.


Enhanced Cooperation among the Central Government, Nearby Cities, Provinces,
and Autonomous Districts
Secure Mutual Connectivity with the Upper Plan.
Institutional cooperation for Plan Realization

* Capital Area Maintenance Plan

Establishment of a Wide-Range Planning Body


for Mutual Development
Internal Stability of Wide-Range City Planning

Implementation of Seoul Plan including Monitoring


Expansion of the Governance Foundation
including Citizen Participation
Cooperation for Plan EstablishmentRealization
Enhanced Cooperation among Autonomous Districts
for Regional Development

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2030 Seoul Plan

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