Consecutive interpretation is the most frequently used mode of interpreting, but most of the research on it has focused on grammar and interpretation skills. Since logic exists in a form that cannot be seen or touched, it is true that it has been neglected in the field of interpretation related research. However, if there is no logic in the result of interpretation, problems big and small inevitably arise. In order to recognize the importance of logic in the interpretation process and to provide practical data to the Korean-Chinese consecutive interpretation education field, this researcher considered the logical errors in the results of the Korean-Chinese consecutive interpretation of learners.
Logical errors that appear in interpretation results can be largely divided into formal fallacy and informal fallacy. Errors in the formal aspect could be confirmed through the validity of the proposition and the validity of the argument, and errors in the informal aspect could be confirmed through the soundness of the the validity of the proposition and the validity of the argument. In addition, it was found that errors are a kind of linguistic phenomenon that appears in the process of interpretation, not only in grammar, but also intersecting and repetitive in terms of logic other than grammar. This implies that learners should not be limited to grammar-oriented education in the process of learning interpretation, but should approach with a more diverse and systematic analysis.