In 1935 the activities of the Geugyesuryeonguhoe were a series of hardships due to bad luck and censorship. In addition, in order to solve these problems, the Geugyesuryeonguhoe tried to renew the operation plan of the theater company by announcing a new policy in 1936. In the process, the 8th regular performance was a turning point to testify to the aftermath of bad luck and symbolically lead to the start of a new operation plan. However, the academic approaches to these eighth performances were incomplete. Among them, the research on Jesa which was published as a creative play has not been conducted in earnest. This study aimed to supplement these problems and aim to highlight the performance and symbolism of Jesa. Fortunately, the script and the photo of the performance remained, and some additional materials were preserved, so it was possible to highlight the significance and value of the performance. Jesa is a work depicting the expression of feminine desire and the conflict caused by it, and was a play where the appearance of a mother gave a very impressive image.