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Although there is tremendous effort from Government and Arts Council Korea to increase opportunity of enjoying arts, to resolve the repolarization of national culture, to construct additional cultural space for artistic activities, and to provide rich artistic programs for public, it is very concerned that public participation of those activities is very low and even decreasing. The purpose of this paper is to propose the scope and goal of the research that surveys and analyzes current status, identifies the issues, and finally proposes practical resolutions in Dancing which turned out to be the worst in performing arts industry according to Survey Report on Cultural Enjoyment which is based on Cultural Policy Year Book, Culture & Arts Yearbook, and statistics on application for cultural promotional fund provided by Government. Considering Dancing performance in year 2005, there were total were 2,334 performances conducted by 1,115 organizations. Among those, 1390 performances or 58% of total activities were held in the area of Seoul and Gyeonggi province including Incheon by 533 organizations conducted, and this areal concentration of the activities has been observed since 1999 as such 59.1% or 821 out of 1390 performances in 1999, and 63.2% or 885 out of 1400 performances in 2002. According to data collected from application forms for cultural promotional fund, the yearly total production costs for dancing performance were estimated 15.8B Won, 26B Won and 37.8B Won in 2001, 2005 and 2007, accordingly. 2005 Performing Art Activity Survey" shows that there were total 11,667,441 audiences for all performing arts among which 1,243,487 were attended on dancing performance and only 331,889 audiences (26.7%) paid for tickets. Estimating 26B won as total production costs in 2005, it is expected that there would be 23.2B won loss after 2,811B won income from ticket sales if there is no fund raising from public. The total budget in 2006 for the Ministry of Culture and Tourism was 1.73 T won, and 1.58T won was set aside for "Culture Related" activities and 730B won out of 1.58T won was allocated as "Culture Promotion Fund". The "Culture Related" activities include promotional programs for public artistic activities, public cultural activities and tourism, and protection and preservation programs for cultural heritage. Allocated budget for dance related programs within "Culture Promotion Fund" has been increased year after year as 554.3M won in 2002, 645.2M won in 2003, and 903.7M won in 2004. According to Survey Report on Cultural Enjoyment for last 10 years (from 1997 to 2006), attendance rate of Dancing performance has been gradually decreased, and the number for the last year was almost insignificant. (4.1% in 1997, 2.0% in 2000, 1.1% in 2003, 0.7% in 2006) According to a public survey, 99.7 % of participants answered they never went to a Dancing performance. Considering that this survey was conducted against general public, it can be a indication of poor popularization. One common characteristic observed in annual surveys is that the majority of audience were woman in her 20th, and/or were living in a big city with higher education and higher income, and working in professional area. This means disparity between residential district, annual income, education and profession has been expended over years. To attract more audience, it is necessary to accommodate the opinions of existing audience and resolve issues raised from public survey. I propose the following five marketing strategies to address the issues mentioned earlier. first: it is important to identify and manage those who show there interests in performing arts by continuously supplying information to keep there attention. 2nd: bring performances near from where they live and lower the costs of admission. 3rd: offers more quality programs and make more information easily available for public. 4th: make targeted marketing. according to the demographic analysis on dancing pe
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