Coinciding with the increased attention being paid to the research of the geography of literature, the development of internet-based geographic information technology is enhancing the efficiency of analysis of, and service related to, geographic content. In this regard, in-depth analysis of geographic thought and content in existent literature, along with the geographic information technology utilized to access and use it, therefore require research. Taking this as motivation, the purpose of this article is to analyze geographic information for Jiwon Park’s, Yeolha-ilgi, using an Internet-based GIS solution. To this end, geographic thought and content from Yeolha-ilgi were explored and extracted based on five categories; location, geomorphology, climatology, regional geography, and territory/world view. Six major functions using Google Map and ArcGIS were then implemented as follows; digital map manipulation and exploration with varied scales, geovisualization with 2D and 3D maps, a combination of location information and different kinds of resources with Google mashup, elevation profiling of the trails, analysis of journey distance, visualization of the weather and trail journey distance, and linkage to related historical maps. We expect that such exercises will improve geographic understanding by building out more dynamic perspectives of literature.