User Hot Spots of Urban Parks Identified Using Mobile Signaling Data - A Case Study of Seongdong-Gu, Seoul -
Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture
This study investigated the distribution of users in urban parks to overcome the limitations of existing research, which made it difficult to determine where data came was collected. It aimed to provide implications for park planning and management based on user distribution using mobile signal data. Five urban parks in Seongdong-gu, Seoul, with various physical characteristics, were selected. Mobile signal data provided by the Seoul Big Data Campus was used to identify the distribution of user inflow through hot spot analysis per park. The relationship between urban context and park influence area was derived. Seoul Forest (P1) and Seongsu Park (P3), which have a high proportion of commercial spaces around the park, showed wider user hotspots compared to Eungbong Park (P2), Dokseodang Park (P4), and Daehyunsan Park (P5), which were located in residential areas. Parks with a significant presence of commercial spaces had a broader influence, while parks with larger sizes and gentle slopes exhibited wider influence areas. This study proposed a novel data-based approach to urban park planning and management based on the inflow distribution of park users. Through this research, valuable insights were derived that could be utilized for urban park planning and management, aiming to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of park utilization.
User Inflow Distribution, Park Use, Distribution of Users, Effect Area
조민균, 박찬, 서자유, & 최혜영. (2023). 모바일 데이터를 활용한 도시공원 이용자 핫스팟 분석 - 서울 성동구 공원을 대상으로 -. Journal of the Korean Institute of Landscape Architecture, 51(3), 54-69.