The aims of Dept. of Fashion Design are to develope creative design abilities and to contribute to clothing and textile industry

Objectives of Education

      The Dept. of Fashion Design aims to foster specialists, who improve creative design abilities and contribute to development of the fashion industry based on basic theories on clothing and textiles.
    Fostering specialists who can engage in the fashion industry, by providing students with systematic teaching and training, including basic education on clothing and textiles, basic design education, and further education
    Contributing to the development of the academic field related to clothing and textiles
    Contributing to the development of the local economy through Industry-University-Government cooperation

Introduction

    · The Department of Fashion Design, which had been the Department of Home Economics Education in the College of Education, was newly founded at the College of Human Ecology in December, 1991 in order to place a value on the academic originality in the field of clothing and textiles and in order to meet the needs of the society. From Human ecological approaches, the science of Clothing & Textiles deals with the relationship between human beings and clothing; the most important part of the major necessities of human beings. The science of Clothing & Textiles can be largely divided into two main parts: One is a natural science perspective to produce and manage textile materials used to make clothing. The other is a fashion design perspective to design and construct functional and beautiful clothing on the basis of human ergonomics from an artistic point of view.

    · Since March, 1992, the department has began to teach the students and establish a course of study for the teaching profession to foster fashion design teachers in vocational high schools. Since 1998, this department has been re-organized into a Clothing & Textiles Major, which is a part of Division of Human Ecology, making students choose their specific majors in sophomore. The Master's and Doctoral courses in Clothing & Textiles Major, Department of Home Ecology in the Graduate School have been offered, and the graduates from the Clothing & Textiles Education in Graduate School of Education have received a Master's and Doctoral Degree in Human Ecology and a Master's Degree in Education.

    · After the first graduation in February, 1996, nearly 500 have graduated so far.

    · Professor Lee, Jeon-Sook(1974-2013) majoring in Textile Materials, professor Kim, Young-Sook (1984 -) majoring in Fashion Marketing, Lee, Hyo-Jin (1996 - ) majoring in History of Western Costume, and Yum, Hye-Jung (1997 - ) majoring in Fashion Design are in this department as faculty members.

    · The exhibition for graduation works had been held since May, 1998, and it was extended into Chonbuk National University Fashion Festival in 2003 and since then it has been held every year. The Fashion Festival Event includes a variety of events such as the Invitation Designer Fashion Show, the Fashion Show of Graduation Works, the Contest for Campus Best Dresser, and the Lecture for Image Making, which has became one of the important events for Chonbuk National University Students.

Employment Rates

    2006: 62.5%
    2007: 71%
    2008: 78%

Development Plan

1. The Nation's Top 10 Department in 2010

Division

Period of Quantitative Development

Period of Qualitative Development

Period of Maturity

Objectives

National University of local communities

Nation's Top 10 Department

Nation's Top 7 Department

The Number of Faculties

 An increase of the faculties (from 2 to 4)

An increase of the faculties  (from 4 to 6)

An increase of the faculties  (from 6 to 8)

The Number of Students

An increase of the students (from 20 to 30)

An increase of the students (from 30 to 40)

An increase of the students (from 40 to 50)

Building

The 3rd floor, College of Human Ecology

The 3rd and 4th floor, College of Human Ecology

Exclusive Building

Laboratories

Expansion of CAD Room

Digital Textile Printer Room

3-Dimension Scanning Room,

Constant Temperature and Humidity Incubator

Profit  Business

UI Business of CBNU (ties, T-shirts)

CBNU Brand Launching

CBNU Brand Launching (Uniform Operation Department of Hanbok Design )

Globalization

Admission of abroad students

  Admission of Undergradute and Graduate School of abroad students  

Collaborative Scholarly Seminar with University of Florida , U.S.A.

Abroad Exhibition of Clothing held by the Alumni Association of Clothing & Textile Major Graduates

Student  Exchange with Soochow University, China

Qualification for Professor Promotion

Registered Journal of Korea Research Foundation

SCI Journal in the fields of Textile

SCI Journal in the fields of Textile

Registered Journal of Korea Research Foundation

Registered Journal of Korea Research Foundation

Employment Rate

70%

80%

90%

Scholarships

 

Kim, Jong-weol Scholarship (Donated Capital Fund: 30,800,000 won)

Undergraduate and Graduate Alumni Scholarship in the Dept of Clothing & Textiles

2. Improvement Scheme of Employment Rate

    Intern-ship intensification at fashion industry
    Compulsory participation in fashion design exposition
    Acquisition of authorized foreign language score (an alternative among English, Chinese, and Japanese)
    Intensification of ability to utilize the computer MOS program
    Employment of Invitation Professors having fashion field experiences
    Organization of social meeting among professors, students, and graduates   - informal meeting twice a year (off-line)
    Unified Korean-English Homepage construction among professors, students, and graduates (on-line)   - Graduate students and undergraduate students

3. SWOT Analysis of Clothing & Textiles Major

    Strength

      Chonbuk Province is the base of Hanji (Korean paper) fashion using well-known local product, Hanji.
      Chonbuk Province has many facilities to produce a fabric made of Hanji.
      Chonbuk Province is the base for the Knit Apparel Industry.
      Researchers in the Knit Apparel Industry work in Chonbuk Province.
      There are several Fabric Production and Processing factories in Chonbuk Province.
      Seven universities in Chonbuk Province have been raising fashion related human powers.
      Chonbuk National University is located in Jeonju, which is the capital of Chonbuk Province.

    Weakness

      There is no nationally well-known fashion brand representing Chonbuk Province.
      There is only one large department store in Chonbuk Province.

    Opportunities

      Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism has been trying to promote Han-brand Industry. And Hanji is a representative item in Chonbuk Province.
      Chonbuk authority is interested in activating the Hanji Industry.
      Jeonju City is supporting the International Hanji Fashion Show and Exposition of Hanji Fashion Design during the Jeonju Hanji Cultural Festival.
      Jeonju City is supporting the Fashion Show for the Disabled.
      The industry for producing wedding dresses and Hanbok has been thriving on the Wedding Street constructed around Jungang-dong, Jeonju.
      Students majoring in Clothing & Textiles can participate in costume plays as associate members of Jeonju Fashion Association.

    Threatenings

      Small and medium enterprises are having difficulties in financing due to the economic depression.
      Chonbuk Province is lower in self-support for finance than other provinces.
      Jeonju City has a population of approximately 620,000 people.

 

Professor Yong-Sook Kim

    Office Address: 664-14, 1Ga Duckjin-Dong, Duckjin Gu, Jeonju City 561-756,
    Dept of Fashion Design, College of Human Ecology,
    Chonbuk National University, Chollabuk-Do, Republic of Korea
    Office Phone: 063-270-3847 Fax: 063-270-3799
    E-mail: kys3847 (at) jbnu.ac.kr

Education

    Jungang University, Seoul, Korea, Ph. D., 1996(Clothing & Textiles)
    University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Al, U. S. A., MS., 1980(Clothing & Textiles)
    Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, MS., 1975(Clothing & Textiles)
    Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, BA., 1973(Clothing & Textiles)

Academic Teaching Experience

    Chonbuk National University, Jeonju, Korea, Professor(1996-present), Associate Professor(1991-96), Assistant Professor(1987-91), Full-time Instructor(1984-87).
    Honam University, Kwangju, Korea, Assistant Professor(1984), Full-time Instructor(1982-84).
    University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL, U.S.A., Teaching Assistant(1977-78).
    Kijeon College, Jeonju, Korea, Full-time Instructor(1975-77)

Courses

    Apparel Production Process
    Social Psychology of Clothing
    Fashion Marketing
    Fashion Merchandising
    Global Fashion Business
    Fashion Brand Management workshop
    Fashion Retailing Channels
    Fashion Venture

Research Articles

    1. Mun, M. R & Kim, Y. S. (2014). Effects of internet fashion advertisement formats according to university students' online lifestyle, The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 22(1), 112-125.
    2. Lee, J. S. & Kim, Y. S. (2013). Middle-school boys` shoes purchasing behavior according to their shoes shopping orientation, The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 21(5), 671-683.
    3. Kim, Y. S. (2013). Up-cycling trend analysis in fashion industries, ADVANCED MATERIALS RESEARCH. 796. 573-576.
    4. Kim, Y. S. (2013). Consumers` needs and purchase intention of high functional sportswear according to sport participation motivations, Journal of Human Ecology, 22(1). 141-155.
    5. Bavuudorj Munkhtuya. & Kim, Y. S. (2012). A study on Mongol women`s imported apparel selection behavior according to their conspicuous consumption orientation, The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 20(6), 811-825.
    6. Mun, M. R. & Kim, Y. S. (2012). Effectiveness of fashion banner advertising according to university students' attitudes toward internet advertisement, The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 20(5), 736-752.
    7. Fang Fang Zhang. & Kim, Y. S. (2012). The Effects of Sportswear Brands` Country-of-Origin on Purchase Intention in Terms of Brand Personality as Perceived by Chinese University Students. The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 20(2), 208-220.
    8. Kwon, T. S. & Kim, Y. S. (2012). Mass Customization and the Level of Customers` Needs for Beauty Salon. The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 20(1), 1-17.
    9. Park, H. W. & Kim, Y. S. (2011). Effects of Egonomy Tendency on Their Self-makeup and Appearance Management Behavior of University Women in Jeonbuk Province. The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 19(6), 1372-1384.
    10. Baek, H. E. & Kim, Y. S. (2011). Characteristics of Total Coordination in the Pursuit of Fashion Sensibility among Women in Their 20`s. The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 19(6), 1163-1176.
    11. Woo, S. J. & Kim, Y. S. (2011). A Study on the Point Makeup Purchasing and Using Behavior according to the Personal Color Awareness. The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 19(5), 889-902.
    12. Kim, Y. S. (2011). Paper Manipulation Techniques for Garments and Their Characteristics. The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 19(4), 851-862.
    13. Kim, Y. S. (2011). Theses : The Effects of Women`s Attitudes, Selection, and Wearing Experience on Purchasing Intention of Underwears Made of Smart Fibers. Journal of fashion business, 15(1). 115-128.

Books

    1. Kim, J. S., Kim, Y. S., Rhu, S. H., Kwon, S. A., & Nam, Y. J. (2011).
    Patternmaking for fashion design(Translated Ver.). Seoul: Yehaksa
    2. Kim, J. S., Kim, Y. S., Rhu, S. H., Kwon, S. A., & Nam, Y. J. (2011).
    Patternmaking for fashion design(Translated Ver.). Seoul: Yehaksa
    3. Kim, J. S., Kim, Y. S., Rhu, S. H., Kwon, S. A., & Nam, Y. J. (2011).
    Patternmaking for fashion design(Translated Ver.). Seoul: Yehaksa
    4. Kim, Y. S., Kim, J. S., Rhu, S. H., Kwon, S. A., & Choi, H. J. (2008). Fashion Accessary(Translated Ver.). Seoul: Sigma Press.
    5. Kim, Y. S., Lee, J. Y., & Park, H. W. (2004). Cosmetic Therapy(Translated Ver.). Seoul: Shinjung.
    6. Lhee, J. S., Kim, Y. S., Lee, H. J., Yum, H. J. (2003). Fashion for Moderns. Seoul: Kyomunsa.
    7. Kim, Y. S., Park, H. W., & Lee, H. J. (2003). Home Fashion. Ministry of Education and Human Resources(Textbook for High School).
    8. Kim, Y. S. (2000). Analysis of Ready-to-Wear Apparel(Translated Ver.). Seoul: Kyengchunsa.

Other Activities

    1. Councilor, Korean Society of Clothing & Textiles
    2. Trustee, Korean Society of Costume
    3. Trustee, Korean Home Economics Association
    4. Adviser, Jeonju Fashion Association(March 2006-present)
    5. Editor, Korean Society of Costume Culture(March 2008-present)
    6. President, Korean Society of Costume Culture(April 2013-present)

 

Professor Hyo-Jin Lee

    Office Address: 664-14, 1Ga Duckjin-Dong, Duckjin Gu, Jeonju City 561-756,
    Dept of Fashion Design, College of Human Ecology,
    Chonbuk National University, Chollabuk-Do, Republic of Korea
    Office Phone: 063-270-3848  Fax: 063-270-3799  
    E-mail: lehyojin (at) jbnu.ac.kr

EDUCATION

    August 30, 1993   Ph D. in Science from the Jung Ang University in Seoul         
    February 2, 1986  Master of Home Economics from Seoul National University               
    February 2, 1984  Bachelor of Home Economics from Seoul National University

Academic Teaching Experience

    March 1, 1996-    Professor, Dept of Clothing & Textiles, College of present Human Ecology at Chonbuk National University.
    March 2, 1989-     Associate Professor, Dept of Clothing, February 28, 1996   Kwang Ju University.

Courses

    History of Western Costume
    Western Clothing Construction Practice
    Draping Practice
    Origination Costume
    Construction of Special Costume

RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

    1. Lee, H. J. (2013). An analysis on the aesthetic collaboration appeared in the artworks of Haute Couture designers in the first half Modernism age of 20th century. Journal of Human Ecology, 22(2), 315-328.
    2. Kim, J. Y. & Lee, H. J. (2013). Upper Body-Type Classification of Jeonbuk Women in Their Twenties, Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, 63(1), 97-107.
    3. Lee, H. J., Kim, J. Y., Yang, A. R. (2012). Development of the Apron Designs for Cultural Tourism Souvenir, Journal of Human Ecology, 21(1), 115-116.
    4. Yang, A. R. & Lee, H. J. (2012). Influence of 1960s Apparel Silhouette on the Geometry Textile Pattern, Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, 62(7), 67-78.
    5. Yang, A. R. & Lee, H. J. (2012). Influence of 1930s Western Women`s Apparel Silhouette on the Flower Textile Pattern, The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 20(1), 49-61.
    6. Lee, H. J. (2011). Male Body Image Appearing on the Western Men`s Costume in the Baroque Era, The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 19(4), 723-739.
    7. Lee, H. J. & Yang, A. R. (2011). A Study on the Image of Adult Foundations, The Research Journal of the Costume Culture, 19(2), 255-268.
    8. Lee, H. J. & Kim, H. A. (2011). A Study on the Formativeness of Fashion shoes Expressed in High Fashion, Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, 61(2), 157-158.

     

Books

    1. Lhee, J. S., Kim, Y. S., Lee, H. J., Yum, H. J. (2003). Fashion for Moderns. Seoul: Kyomunsa
    2. Kim, Y. S., Park, H. W., & Lee, H. J. (2003). Home Fashion. Ministry of Education and Human Resources(Textbook for High School)
    3. Lee, H. J. (2003). Draping(Translated Ver.). Seoul: Yehaksa
    4. Lee, H. J. (1997). Sleeves(Translated Ver.). Seoul: Yehaksa
    5. Lee, H. J. (1997). Color(Translated Ver.). Seoul: Yehaksa

     

Other Activities

    1. The 11th International Fashion Exhibition Of Professor, University Techonology MARA, Kualalumpur, Malaysia, 2008.01.08.-10
    2. The 9th International Fashion Exhibition Of Professor, Hanoi University, Vietnam, 2007.01.07.-09
    3. China Korea Fashion Art, 2007.09.29.-10.16
    4. International Hanji Fashion Show, 2006.05.04.
    5. Jeonju Hanji Fashon Show. 2005.04.29.-05.02

     

Professor, Hae-Jung Yum

    Office Address: 664-14, 1Ga Duckjin-Dong, Duckjin Gu, Jeonju City 561-756,
    Dept of Fashion Design, College of Human Ecology,
    Chonbuk National University, Chollabuk-Do, Republic of Korea
    Office Phone: 063-270-3849 Fax: 063-270-3799
    E-mail: yum3849 (at) jbnu.ac.kr

EDUCATION

    Bunka Women's University, Tokyo, Japan, Ph.D. 1995(Doctoral Program in Environmental Clothing)
    Ochanomizu University, Tokyo Japan, Research student, Fashion Information Lab. 1991
    Ewha Womens University, Seoul Korea, MS., 1991(Dep. of Clothing and Textiles)
    Ewha Womans University, Seoul Korea, BA., 1988(Dep. of Clothing and Textiles)

ACADEMIC TEACHING +EMPLOYMENT

    Chonbuk National University, Jeonju Korea, Professor(2008- ), Associate Professor(2003-2008), Assistant Professor(1999-2003), Full Time Instructor (1997-99)   
    Bunka Women's University, Tokyo, Japan, Visiting Professor, 2007-8
    Ewha Womens University, Hansung University, Sunchon National University, Part      time lecturer, 1995-96
    Clifford Co. Ltd., Department Chief of Fashion Business, 1995-6

Course

    Design & Color
    Fashion Illustration
    Fashion Design
    Fashion Portfolio
    Apparel Design
    Costume Aesthetics

Research Articles

    1. Kim, J. S. & Yum, H. J. (2013), Theses : The Characteristic of Eco-friendly Trend in Fabric since 2000, Journal of fashion business, 17(4), 75-89.
    2. Yum, H. J. & Kim, C. L. (2011), Research Reports : A Study of Fashion Style of American Sub-Cultural Style in the Late 1980s Expressed in Stage Costumes of Musical "Rent", Journal of the Korean Society of design culture, 17(1), 304-318.
    3. Yum, H. J. (2011). Theses : The Image of New Man in Men`s Fashion in the mid-1980s, Journal of Fashion Business, 15(1), 171-184.
    4. Kim, C. L. & Yum, H. J. (2010), An Analysis of Trend and Design Characteristics on the Korea Men`s Business Casual, Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, 60(10), 16-27.
    5. Yum, H. J., Kim, E. J,, Kim, J. S., Kim, C. L. (2010), Study on Flow and Symbolism of Elvis Aaron Presley Fashion = Study on Flow and Symbolism of Elvis Aaron Presley Fashion, International Journal of costume and fashion, 10(1), 67-79.
    6. Yum, H. J. (2009), Theses : Research on "Japanesque Modern" and Japanese Fashion for Nationalistic Branding 1 -An Analysis of Design in the "Japanesque Modern Collection", Journal of fashion business, 13(5), 135-148.
    7. Yum, H. J., Kim, J. S. (2008), The Design Characteristics of the Figure Skating Costumes for Competitions , Journal of the Korean Society of Costume, 58(10), 21-36.
    8. Lee, M. S & Yum, H. J. (2008), A Study on the Jeans from Work Clothes to Catwalks, Journal of the Korean Society of design culture, 14(2), 319-330.
    9. Yum, H. J., Kim, J. S., Kim, E. J., Park, S. H. (2006), A Study on the Characteristics of Fashion in Wanna-Be Phenomenon, Korean journal of human ecology, 9(2), 53-63.
    10. Yum H. J. (2006), A Study on the Fashion Design imaged by Hand Work, Journal of Fashion Business, 10(2), 166-180.

Books

    1. Park H. W., Lee M. S., Yum H. J., Choi K. H., Park S. J.(2006), Contemporary Fashion Design, Seoul : Kyomunsa.
    2. Yoon S. I., Kim K. K., Kim Ki. S., Kim B. S., Kim E. K., Kim J. R., Yum H. J., Han C., W.(2006), Power of Japanese Culture, Seoul : East Asia Books.
    3. Yokota N., Yum H. J., Ishida K., Izuhara T., Tanaka H.(2003), Thinking about Fashion, Tokyo: Muruzen.
    4. Lee J. S., Kim Y. S., Lee H. J., Yum H. J.(2003), Fashion for Moderns, Seoul:Kyomunsa.
    5. Yum H. J. etc.(2000), Japanese Culture Code 16, Seoul: Namusup.    

Other Activity

    1. Trustee, Korean Society of Fashion Business(1997 - present)
    2. Trustee, Korean Society of Costume(2009 - present)