Forest Human Service Research Division is studying forest recreation and welfare, forest education and healing, forest culture and tourism to promote the welfare of
the people and provide efficient forest welfare services.
The Forest Recreation and Welfare Research Laboratory is conducting research on forest recreation and welfare policy development, forest welfare demand and future prediction, forest recreation resource discovery and utilization management
Forest recreation and welfare policy development
Forest welfare demand and future prediction
Forest recreation resource discovery and utilization management
The Forest Education and Healing Research Laboratory is conducting research on developing education healing programs, analyzing effects, and creating spaces based on forest resources, and developing related policies and establishing operational strategies.
Developing forest educationㆍhealing program
Designing and expanding forest healing spaces
Establishing forest healing big data system
The Forest Culture and Tourism Research Laboratory is conducting research on the discovery and utilization of forest culture-based content, field application technology to vitalize forest tourism, and forest tourism demand prediction
Utilization of traditional forest knowledge
Developing field application technology for forest tourism
Forest tourism demand prediction