The heritage is an asset that we inherit from our ancestors today, and we have to hand over to our future generations. The forms of heritages are unique and diverse. They are ranged from the Serengetti plains of Tanzania to the pyramids of Egypt, the coral reefs of Australia and to the Baroque Cathedral of the South American continent, and they are all the remains of mankind. A special concept of ' World Heritage ' shows that these heritages have universal values that belong to all mankind regardless of the specific location. UNESCO adopted the Convention on the Conservation of Nature and Natural Heritage of Natural Heritage and Natural Heritage in 1972 to excavate and protect the natural heritage and heritage of the natural heritage.
Source: UNESCO Committee of Korea UNESCO and heritages
Monumets, buildings, ceremonial pieces and pictures,archaeological artifacts and buildings, epigraphs, history of cave dwelling sites and mixed historical sites, art, A heritage of excellence in academic excellence
A heritage of excellence in history,as either an independent or continuous structure
A heritage of historic values in history, physiognomy,ethnology, ethnology, ethnology, or archaeological, or archaeological or ethnological origin of artificial nature
Natural monuments, caused from Inorganic or biologicalproducts, which have universal values of physiognomy or science. Geological and physiographical product and habitats of endangered species, which have outstanding universal values, especiallyin the area of science and fauna and flora. Natural landmarks or natural sitesthat give prominent values from the viewpoint of science, preservation andnatural beauty.
A heritage that meets the characteristics of both cultural heritage and natural heritage