The popularity of Confucianism and Taoism on the Korean Peninsula makes it easier for scholars on the Korean Peninsula to accept the figure of Fan Li. This paper analyzes the Korean Peninsula acceptance of Fan Li’s inner word, like his belief and personality, so I'm going to explain the fact that the Korean Peninsula examine the historical figure in terms of the values and context of their particular society.
In quoting and re-creating Fan Li's story, the literati of the Korean Peninsula showed their unique regional characteristics in terms of their knowledge and evaluation of Fan Li's "virtuous officials," "hidden men" and "merchants" in Chinese. First, Fan Li's image as a loyal official in China has won the support and affirmation of the literati on the Korean Peninsula. Secondly, Fan Li's courage to abandon his official career in business has won the praise and admiration of the literati on the Korean Peninsula. Finally, Fan Li's image as a fairy and a god of wealth disappeared from literature and folklore on the Korean Peninsula. It has to be proved that scholars on the Korean peninsula do not receive Chinese culture from all sides, and that they have chosen to be tolerant according to their own needs, so that they can better serve their own ethical, ethical and values, and thus better arouse people's sympathy and sympathy.