This thesis is to briefly discuss the events that Lim Eok-ryeong spent in Seongsandong(星山洞) and the possibility of the cultural contents of Shikyoungjung(息影亭)'s signboard as a test. Lim Eok-ryeong lived until the age of 73. He came up from him hometown Haenam to receive the teachings of his teacher, Nuljae Park Sang. He speculates that he had a relationship for the first time when he came to Seongsandong, where Kim, Yoon-je lived, where he studied together at the time. He then passed the national exam and lived in her office, leaving the vice versa of Damyang at the age of 64 and descending to Seongsandong, not him hometown Haenam. There lived his wife Yang and his two daughters. There were junior writers who followed his himself. His Daughter's husband Kim Seong-won built a pavilion for himself, "Sikyoungjung," and spent his old age there. The fact that he remains close to 350 poems that sang the scenery of Seongsandong, I can say that Seongsandong is important in his life. Here, the presenter's attention was the existence of Lim Eok-ryeong's family, namely Yang's wife and two daughters. It can be said that Seongsandong, not his hometown, was possible because he had a family. To this end, in order to elevate the Seongsandong family of Lim Eok-ryeong, which was missed in the previous study, to elucidate, comparing and reviewing the Sunsan-Lim clan genealogy and the Jeju-Yang clan genealogy. The next is the possibility of Shikyoungjung's cultural contents. Sikyeongjeong is one of the representative pavilions representing Damyang, Jeollanamdo, and is famous enough to be called Ildongsamseung(一洞三勝) along with nearby Soswaewon(瀟灑園) and Hwanbyeokdang(環碧堂). The pavilion is not a simple structure, but a central space for cultural activities, and is a place where people of the day shared their conversation. It can be said that the signboard hanging in the pavilion as well as the natural environment in the near and distant places with the center of the pavilion is a prototype of cultural content that can be reconstructed as a storytelling element.