It is most likely that fu (literary style) in Korea began when the Wenxuan was widely read. The necessity of the fu style seems feeble as it was far from common vernacular. As in China, the development of fu in Korean ancient literature was closely related to the official examination system. Historical records of Goryo show that the official examination commenced in 958A.D. (the ninth year of King Guang). Following Ssang Gi’s proposal, the official examination was established with three sections: 詩(Poetry), 賦(Fu) and 頌(Song). The person who excelled in all three areas was declared 進士(laureate). This system attracted the attention of Goryo literati and their interest in fu.Fu in Dongmoonsun can be classified into three types: Fu for the official examination(試賦)[A], Regular fu(律賦) in the Tang and Song dynasties[B] and Grand fu(大賦) of the Han dynasty, based on the style of Regular fu[C]. However, most works compiled in Dongmoon sun belong to Regular fu, others have more rigorous rhymes compared to Regular fu. Through this study, we can confirm that Korean literati, as the Chinese, composed fu in order to pass the official examination and succeed in life. Unlike the development of the literary style ci(辭) in China, Korean literati created a separate literary style of ci and added a new aspect in the Korean ci and fu literature. Therefore, the confusion perceived in the Chinese ci and fu literature, does not exist in Korean literature. If Fu for the official examination can be included in the category of the Regular fu of the Tang, we may come to a conclusion that most fu found in Dongmoonsun are written in the Regular fu style, thus the tremendous influence of the Tang and Song literary style on Korean literature is evident.