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Chungcheongbuk-do Wins the Best Award and Excellence Award at the Landslide Prevention Photo Contest
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내용 ◎ 2020 Landslide Damage Recovery Project (Sinman-ri, Eomjeong-myeon, Chungju-si, Chungcheongbuk-do)
Before construction
(Before rainy season)
After construction
(After rainy season)

◎ 2021 Forest Basin Management Project (Oga-ri, Jangyeon-myeon, Goesan-gun)
Before construction
(Before rainy season)
After construction
(After rainy season)

Chungcheongbuk-do Wins the Best Award and Excellence Award at the Landslide Prevention Photo Contest
- Chungcheongbuk-do is determined to make comprehensive efforts to prevent damage from summer storms, floods and landslides -

Photos submitted by the Chungcheongbuk-do at the ‘10th Landslide Prevention Photo Contest’ hosted by the Korea Forest Service won the Best Award and Excellence Award.

The photo ‘Landslide Damage Recovery Project’ submitted by Lee Jong-seong, Action Officer at the Forest Policy Division of Chungcheongbuk-do, won the Excellence Award, and the photo ‘Forest Basin Management Project’ submitted by Kim Sang-in, Action Officer at Chungcheongbuk-do Forest Environment Research Center, won the Best Award and the Korea Forest Service Commissioner’s Award.
2020 Landslide Damage Recovery Project (Excellent Award) - 60-1san, Sinman-ri, Eomjeong-myeon, Chungju-si, Chungcheongbuk-do (Chungju)
2021 Forest Basin Management Project (Best Award) - 45-1san, Oga-ri, Jangyeon-myeon, Goesan-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do (Forest Environment Research Center)



The Landslide Prevention Photo Contest has been held annually to form a national consensus on the importance of preventing landslides and raise public safety awareness related to landslides (prevention, response, retaining walls, restoration).

This year, 153 pieces were submitted to the contest across the country and winners were selected through an expert review and public voting conducted on a platform.

The ‘Landslide Damage Recovery Project’ submitted by Chungcheongbuk-do shows a village in Sinman-ri, Eomjeong-myeon where farms that are adjacent to the mountain were completely destroyed after a storm in August last year.

In order to prevent the secondary damage on those areas affected by landslides, Chungcheongbuk-do completed the restoration project before the storm season, relieving the local residents’ anxiety against storms and heavy rains.

In addition, the ‘Forest Basin Management Project’ submitted by the Forest Environment Research Center shows a site in Goesan-gun that is planned for the Forest Welfare Complex. The area is turning into a desolate land as perpendicular and horizontal erosions of the mountain stream are occurring over a large area. Thus, Chungcheongbok-do conducted a forest basin management project in order to prevent forest damage and form a visitor-friendly shelter.

Team Leader Kim Tae-eun of Mountain Management said, “We are going to secure excellent photos that showcase landslide prevention and restoration projects in order to strengthen education and promotion of landslide prevention, and share cases to improve the design/production quality.”

Reference Aerial view of the forest trail that received an excellent evaluation
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