ISSN : 1598-1487
The Asia Culture Center (ACC) is a complex culture and art institution established on the foundation of the special law regarding establishing a cultural hub city of Asia. The ACC plays the central role in studying, collecting, and archiving Asian cultures to provide relevant materials and data to researchers, creators, producers, and the general public. This study aims to analyze the limitations of the aforementioned survey, research, and archive works and establish paths to improvement through the integrated determination of the values and archives of the research materials that the ACC should pursue according to the level of importance and necessity of relevance between each task. Furthermore, the center aims to utilize the study’s findings as to the foundation for its advancement strategy. Tasks deduced for these purposes included “establishing an identity and directionality,” “establishing a topic and scope of the subjects of research and collection,” “needing the means to support the establishment of a cycle system,” and “expanding network establishment.” Based on these tasks to be pursued, ① establishing the identity and directionality of the subjects of the survey, research, and collection, ② setting the topics, and establishing a standards system, ③ establishing the means of enhancing and activating the utilization for the virtuous cycle-structure system, and ④ expanding the research and archives network that were presented are the means for future improvements.