Instruction For Authors

Established: December 12, 1987
Amended: February 25, 2006
January 28, 2008
February 15, 2012
December 01, 2014

 

1. Manuscript submission to this journal is allowed only for members of the Korean Society of Food Culture. It is enough for one or more lead authors or corresponding authors to be member(s) of the Society. The editorial committee must make a decision for each manuscript submission by non-members.

2. Manuscript can be submitted only through the online paper submission system. When submitting a manuscript, it is also required to submit a paper submission form and the author's checklist/copyright transfer agreement.

3. Copyright of the submitted paper belongs to the Society.

4. Specifying the type of manuscript such as article, review, report, and note in the paper submission form is mandatory.

5. Double-blind peer review: Reviewers are unaware of the identity of the authors, and authors are also unaware of the identity of reviewers. There are at least two or more reviewers for the total number of articles in each issue.
Field of review of the submitted paper includes food culture, food science, food service/cooking, and nutrition. For each field of review, 2 persons who majored in the field are selected as judges before the review request is made to the judges. Review results are divided into four categories, which are "allowed for publication," "confirmation after revision," "reconsideration after revision," and "not allowed for publication." If one judge determines that the paper should not be allowed for publication, a third judge should be selected before review request is made to the judge. If the third judge also finds that the pater should not be allowed for publication (two times of no approval for publication), the submitted paper is finally determined to be not allowed for publication.

6. The submitted paper is accepted only if it has never been published in other journals.

7. Research and publication ethics are in compliance with the ethics regulations of the Society (refer to the ethics regulations of the Society). For the policies on the research and publication ethics not stated in this instructions, International standards for editors and authors (http://publicationethics.org/international-standards-editors- and-authors) can be applied.

8. Manuscript should be written in Korean or English.

9. Manuscript should be written by using Hangul (word processor) or MS Word. In the body of the paper, it is recommended to use 11 point "Sinmyeongjo(신명조)" font with a line spacing of 180%, amargin of 30 for the left and the right, and 20 for the top and the bottom. If the manuscript is written in English, the "Times New Roman" font is recommended.

10. The first page (cover) of manuscript is required to have a running head of 50 byte (25 and 50 Korean and English characters, respectively, including spacing) in Korean along with title, author's name, affiliation in Korean and English. If authors have different affiliations, names of the authors should be marked with 1, 2, and 3 in this order at the end of the names while affiliations of the authors should be also marked with the same numbers in front of the affiliations.
Corresponding author's name should be marked with * at the end. As for English names of authors and their affiliations, the first letter of each word should be written in capital letter while names and affiliations should be written in the full names. Korean names of authors should be separated with "∙" while English names of authors should be separated with ",". The below is the example of how to write information on corresponding author (name, affiliation, address, telephone, fax, and e-mail address) in manuscript.
Example) *Corresponding author : Gil Dong Hong, Department of Food and Nutrition, Duksung Women's University, 33 Samyang-ro 144-gil, Dobong-gu, Seoul, Korea Tel : 82-2-000-0000 Fax : 82-2-000-0000 E-mail : gdhong@food-culture.or.kr

11. The second page of manuscript is required to include title, abstract, and key words. The title should be written in Korean and English. The abstract should be written in English and around 200 words without line break so as to ensure that the paper can be understood even though the abstract is separated from the body. The key words should include 3~5 words written in English (only the first letter of word should be written in capital letter while the remaining letters of the word should be written in small letter). If it is an English manuscript, the abstract and the key words should be included in Korean at the bottom of the references.

12. The third and other pages of manuscript should include introduction, materials (study details) and methods, results and discussion, summary and conclusion, (acknowledgement), and references in this order if it is a Korean manuscript. In case of an English manuscript, paper should include abstract, introduction, materials and methods, results and discussion, summary and conclusion, (acknowledgement), references, Korean abstract, and key words. The manuscript is required to have numbers for all of the pages.

13. Scientific names should be italicized. Arabic numbers should be used as numbers. Example) Citurs unshiu

14. Korean words (Korean foods, proper nouns and old literatures) should be romanized in italics according to the Korean Romanization System of the National Institute of the Korean Language (http://www.korean.go.kr), followed by Korean or Chinese characters in parentheses.
Example) bibimbap (비빔밥), cheongpomuk (청포묵), 「Kyuhapchonseo (규합총서)」 or 「Kyuhapchonseo (閨閤叢書)」 or 「Kyuhapchonseo (규합총서, 閨閤叢書)」

15. Tables and figures, including descriptions should be written in English, with their titles attached at the tops and the bottoms of corresponding tables and figures. Tables and figures should be written in one page for each and attached in a lump and in the order at the end of the body. And it is required to mark location of tables and figures in the body. When tables or figures are written and cited, it is required to mark them as <Table 1> or <Figure 1>. When footnotes are added to tables or figures, it is required to mark them as 1), 2) and 3). Significance level of statistical analysis should be written as p<0.05, p<0.01 or p<0.001 with the sign of *, ** or ***. For multiple range test, it is required to use a, b, c, d with details at the bottom. In principle, vertical line should not be used to write table.

16. Reference cited in the body should be written with author's name and year that should be written in English as a rule. However, if the reference is in Korean, they should be written in Korean. The cited literature should be written with author's last name and year at the relevant location. If the number of authors is one or two, all of the author's names should be indicated. If the number is three or higher, only the primary author's name should be indicated, followed by "et al." If papers are written by the same author and published in the same year, they should be distinguished by using a, b and c next to the year. The below is the example of expression depending on the number of authors.

1) If a cited literature is not an old literature
① If the number of authors is 1
- Park (1989) stated that ○○○~
- was ○○○ (Park 1989).
② If two or more pieces of papers, which were written by the same author and in the same year, are cited
- Park (1993a) stated that ○○○~
- was ○○○ (Park 1993a).
③ If the number of authors is 2
- Park & Lee (1994) stated that ○○○~
- was ○○○ (Park & Lee 1994).
④ If the number of authors is 3 or higher
- Park et al. (1994) stated that ○○○~
- was ○○○ (Park et al. 1994).
2) If a cited literature is an old literature
If a cited literature is an old literature, it should be indicated with 「」 and written as an example below.
① If the edited translation of old literature is referenced
According to「Kyuhapchonseo (규합총서, 閨閤叢書)」(Jung YW ed. 2012) ○○○ ~ ○○○와 같았다(Jung YW ed. was ○○○.
Korean romanization should be faithful to pronunciation, and it is possible to select either Korean or Chinese characters in parenthesis.
If the same title or author appears several times in the body of paper, it should be romanized, only when it appears for the first time.
② If the original version of old literature is referenced
- According to 「Kyuhapchonseo (규합총서, 閨閤叢書)」(Pinghugak Lee (빙허각 이씨, 憑虛閣 李氏), 1809) ○○○○ ~
- was ○○○○ (Pinghugak Lee (빙허각 이씨, 憑虛閣 李氏), 「Kyuhapchonseo(규합총서, 閨閤叢書)」1809).

17. If there are multiple numbers of cited literatures in the body, they should be indicated in the order of year. If the year is identical, the cited literatures should be indicated in the order of author's name and alphabet.
Example) (Kim et al. 1989; Lee 1993; Kim & Lee 1995; Park 1995)

18. References should be written in English and in the order of the English alphabet on the basis of the first author's name. If there is no English title, the title should be translated into English and its original should be written in parenthesis.

19. When references are written, the second or higher lines of paragraph should be out-dented 20 points in Hangul (word processor). A referenced journal should be abbreviated according to the practice of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 4 (http://www.issn.org/services/online-services/access-to-the-ltwa/).
If websites are referenced, they should be written in the order of the English alphabet after literature.
The below is the example of how to write references.
① Journal: author. year. paper title. journal name (abbreviated on the basis of the ISO 4), volume(number): start page - end page of citation
Kim J, Jeon JR. 2005. Quality characteristics of tofu added with black soybean hull powder. J. Korean Soc. Food Cult.., 20(6):633-637
Kim DJ, Geong GJ, Lee JS, Yi SY. 2004. Detection of soil microorganism of an upland or cultivated Codonopsis lanceolata and investigation of affecting on flavor substances. Korean J. Food Cookery Sci., 20(4):418-430

② Book: author. year. title of book. publisher, publication place, start page - end page of citation
If there is no English title: author. year. original title [English translated title]. publisher, publication place, start page - end page of citation
Crim MC, Nunro HN. 1996. Proteins and amino acid. Lea and Febiger Philadelphia, USA, pp 3-35

③ Thesis: author's name. year. title. type of degree, name of university, publication place, start page - end page of citation
Lee MR. 1992. Categorial data analysis for epidemiological studies. Master's (Doctoral) degree thesis, Hankook University, Korea, pp 14-16

④ Manuscript of presentation in society: author's name. year. title. society for which presentation was performed, names of cities and countries at which presentation was performed, start page - end page of citation

Hong KD, Huh K. 1995. A survey on elementary school students attitude and eating behaviors about Korean traditional foods in Kyunggido Area. Abstract of 12th conference of the Korean Society of Dietary Culture, Seoul, Korea, pp 23-24

⑤ Old literature
- As for an editor, it is required to mark "editor(s)" at the end of name.
- The title of a book should be surrounded by「 」.
- If two parts in one page of old literature written in Chinese characters are cited, it is required
- If no author is known, it is required to mark the title first.
- Korean romanization should be faithful to pronunciation, and it is possible to select either Korean or Chinese characters in parenthesis.
- Old literature in reference should be expressed as follows.
Example) If an edited translation is cited:
author's name. 「title」. In editor(s). year. publisher, (publication place), publication country, pp (if applicable)
Pinghugak Lee (빙허각 이씨, 憑虛閣 李氏). 「Kyuhapchonseo(규합총서, 閨閤叢書)」. In : Jung YW editor. 2008. Bojinjea Co., Kyounggido, Korea. pp 0-0 (if applicable)
Example) If an original is referenced
author's name. year. 「Title」. publisher, (publication place), publication country. pp 0-0 (if applicable)
Pinghugak Lee (빙허각 이씨, 憑虛閣 李氏). 1809. 「Kyuhapchonseo(규합총서, 閨閤叢書)」. Korea,pp 0-0 (if applicable)

⑥ website
author's name, title, site address, login date (if there is no author, it is required to write a title first)
Example) Korea's official statistics. Agricultural Production 2013. Available from: http://kosis.kr/, [accessed 2013.11.20]

20. Acknowledgement may be written in Korean or English. If it is in Korean, sentence should be ended with the suffix of "-습니다."

21. The editorial committee makes decision over manuscript review, adoption or not of manuscript, order of paper publication, and printing system. Regulations on paper submission and other necessary matters are determined in deliberation by the editorial committee.

22. Paper publication fee should be paid by author based on number of pages and expenses required for figures and pictures. The publication fee is KRW 40,000 per page for PDF file completely edited in multiple columns.

23. This journal is issued for 6 times annually. The issues include Issue No. 1 (Feb. 28), Issue No. 2 (Apr. 30), Issue No. 3 (Jun. 30), Issue No. 4 (Aug. 31), Issue No. 5 (Oct. 31), and Issue No. 6 (Dec. 31).

24. It is required to provide author with 20 copies of offprint of paper published in this journal.

25. Address : The Korean Society of Food Culture Department of Food and Nutrition,Wonkwang University 460 Iksandaero, Iksan, Jeonbuk 570-749, Korea
Tel:82-63-850-6896 Fax: 82-63-850-6077
Mobile: 82-10-6369-6955 (assistant administrator for general affairs)
Website: www.food-culture.or.kr, www.jfc.or.kr
E-mail: foodculture@food-culture.or.kr


<Notations and Units>

Length

5 m, 5 cm, 5 mm, 5 ㎛, 5 nm

Weight

5 ㎏, 5 g

Volume

5 m3, 5 cm3, 5 L, 5 mL, 5 μL

Time

5 yr, 5 wk, 5 day, 5 hr, 5 min, 5 sec

Concentration

5 M, 5 mM, 5 μM, 5 N, 5 ppm, 5 ppb

Temperature

30℃, 300K

Energy

 kcal, J, kj

Pressure

atm, mmHg., kg/cm2, Pa

Rotation and Frequency

10,000 cycle, 500 Herz, 5,000 rpm

Hydrogen Ion Concentration

pH 7.0

Absorbance

A 280, O.D. 280

Boiling Point

bp

Melting Point

mp

Standard Deviation

SD

Standard Error

SE

Molecular Weight

MW, Da

Gravity

10,000×g

Viable Cell Count

CFU, CFU/mL, CFU/g

Viscosity

15 cp, g/cm·s, kg/m·s, Ns/m2, Pa·s

Percent

20%, 20%(w/v), 20%(v/v), 20 mg%

Range

0.3-0.9 g