The objective of this thesis is to analyze the situation of acquiring Chinese compound-directional complements ‘xialai’ and ‘xiaqu’ targeting Korean learners. The compound-directional complement is not only having complicated meaning, usage, and grammar rules, but also one of the grammatical items that are tough to prescribe a single corresponding form in Korean. Thus, as the research subjects, this study selected the compound-directional complements ‘xialai’ and ‘xiaqu’ with high frequency of use and error in Korean learners. First, after reviewing the relevant literature, total 323 correct sentences and 107 error sentences were collected from HSK Dynamic Composition Corpus of Beijing Language and Culture University. After that, the causes for errors were analyzed by classifying the types of errors, and then the relevant educational suggestions were presented. Hopefully, this study could be helpful for the education related to Chinese complements in the future.