The purpose of this study is to analyze the problems with urban planning system in Korea on the basis of the concepts of spatial planning system, general plan, and land use and development control and to suggest the improvments on the system. The analysis of the problems indicates that the system has been designed by Korean planning law primarily to propose development projects in the public sector without any regional policy imput and urban development policy and secondarily to control private land use and development without any reasonable criteria for such control. This study suggests an alternative urban planning system which comprises comprehensive plan as a strategic policy plan, sectoral program as a tactical policy plan based on the comprehensive plan, district plan for physical development of each district, implementation program for project coordination and project plan for each project. In addition, this study suggests municipal ordinances for zoning, site planning, and land subdivision as a legal device for controlling land use and development.
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