The purpose of this study is to present the moral and educational implications of Dong-hak(東學)’s thought, which was founded by Suwoon(水雲) Choi, Jewoo(崔濟 愚). First of all, in this study, we defined ‘Han-ul’(한울) as the Earth’s life system and the order system of the universe, and under the premise that ‘Si-cheon-ju’ is to serve humans as moral subject. Si-cheon-ju’s first moral educational implications provide a theoretical basis for the fact that the competence of moral education and the beginning of our value relationship are ‘I’. The second moral and educational implication provides intuitive and heuristic clues about how individuals should perceive and accept objects such as civil society, the state, the earth, etc. In this work, we then defined ‘Bul-yeongi- yeon’ as Si-cheon-ju’s existential justification process and an epistemic explanation of how moral subjects should look at the world. Bul-yeon-gi-yeon’s first moral implication provides the validity to be taught in school moral education by clarifying the characteristic of the ‘relationship with nature and transparency’ area of the ‘extending the value relationship’. The second implication illustrates the fact that it is ‘self as a moral subject’ that relates to and gives meaning to the area of ‘nature and transcendence’.