Mountains are a main subject of geomorphology, a subfield of geography, are different landscapes and places reconstructed by people. In geographical research, the interpretation of landscape has been theorized in a number of ways. However, few attempts have been made to understand the overall and collective nature of Mudeungsan mountain. In this regard, this study is a geographical approach to Mudeungsan as a natural ‘landscape’, a ‘place (sense of place)’ in humanistic geographical viewpoint, and a representational ‘image’. In order to clarify the point that ‘landscape’, ‘place (sense of place)’ and ‘image’ of Mudeungsan, it is analyzed materials that are the results of geomorphological studies, fieldwork, and humanistic ‘Yusangi’ literature and school song. Research results have shown that Mudeungsan is revealed the attributes of manifold by landscapes, Yusangi, school song. Also, It is founded, how natural landscapes were read in humanistic Yusangi, and its converse. The columnar joint of landscapes is a represented landscape of Mudeungsan. In addition, the altitude, shape, and volume, and accessibility of Mudeungsan is still affected, affecting the formation of various the sense of place. Mudeungsan has been imaged deeply through school songs. This turns out that the relationship between mountain and humans is closely related and continuing. It is further suggested that such this approach will be necessary to overcome the limitations of the comprehensive description of the geographical approach to mountain landform that is smaller scale than a region.