This study examined the emotional characteristics and communication of Gasa through "Myeonangjeongong". First, this study examined the emotional characteristics of "Myeonangjeongong" expressed by the sensual imagination of the poet, and based on this, aimed to discuss the communication process that motivates our emotions and leads to new creative ways.
Above all, this study found that "Myeonangjeongga", which sang a state of ‘things-body unification’ (物我一體), was structured with the emphasis on 'the view of things 物' in the first half and the 'body view of body 我’ in the second half. That is to say, "Myeonangjeongong" sang the state of things-body unification, and the first half structured with the emphasis on the 'things 物 perspective', and the latter half was structured with a weight on the 'body 我 perspective'. Thus, it was possible to look at the emotional characteristic which is the upper concept of all the properties accompanied by the mental and physical activities of the human being expressed in the work by the poet.
Next, this study grasped the fact that it is possible to interact with the author while listening to the literary works and read the emotions of the author through dialogues. This study explored the process of singing "Myeonangjeongong" to catch up with the poet's thoughts and become the poet's position and adapt to the rap music which is popular to young people recently. Given the most natural step of getting Gasa in touch with emotion is to give it a try to sing it once, it is thought that trying singing is the first step of emotional communication. It is said that the process of singing Gasa works that you make along to the rap music is to be a standard example of emotional communication. In this sense, this discussion seems to suggest that we use "Myeonangjeongong" to expand our communication between Gasa literature and the world.