The paper aims to clarify the development history of inbound tourism phenomena and policies of Korea. Based on statistics and records on inbound tourism in Korea, the analysis is conducted. Findings are as follows; 1) In terms of inbound tourism phenomena, years since 1953 can be divided into 5 stages, including two growing stages and two stagnation stages. 2) In terms of area development and promotion policies, years can be divided into 7stages, in which latter 3 stages seem to be swaying. 3) Policy factors and external factors affected to change the successive stages and to maintain the tendency of each stage are extracted and identified.
The purpose of this research was to investigate psychological factors, including smiling behavior, eye contact, and personality traits, that affected other-evaluation(customer and employer evaluation) of the room service staff in Japanese inns. Study 1 focused on smiling behavior, eye contact, and personality traits that affected customer evaluation of the staff Study 2 dealt with personality traits that affected customer and employer evaluation. The subjects of studies 1 and 2 were room service staff(6 and 9 females, respectively). The results of study 1 demonstrated that the amount of eye contact, public self-consciousness and social anxiety were significant factors in customer evaluation of the staff. In study 2, duplicity was negatively correlated with customer evaluation, and job retention was positively correlated with it Perspective taking and lower private self-consciousness were positively correlated with employer evaluation. A higher age was positively correlated with employer evaluation.
This study is an evaluation of the old towers in Shanxi, China. We use the method of Quantification Theory I and III. The study deals with 30 old towers as a sample, and aims to work out a model by which an appropriate evaluation of tourist resources can be obtained. 3 key factors are taken in evaluating the old towers, namely times, height and buildings artistry. This method is also applicable to any other tourist resources such as monastery, grottos, mountains, etc, in China.