The purpose of this study is to examine the meaning of the allegorical configuration expressed on the slave farm in the work, targeting the <Gogong-ga> and <Gogongdapjuin-ga> (hereinafter referred to as <Gogong-ga> series), which are believed to have been composed around 1600 years ago. The main direction of this study is the research of meaning of literary history and civilization that configured slave farms and factional strife in <Gogong-ga> series. Through this, it is expected that <Gogong-ga> series, which was built right after the Japanese Invasion of Korea(Imjin-wairan), will reveal a part of the significance that opened up a new era of literary history called the late Joseon Dynasty.
In this study, room of the master and the slave in <Gogong-ga> series considered a slave farm. The restoration of the slave farm, which was disrupted and faced with crisis after Japanese Invasion, was a top issue of King Seonjo and Leewonik. It was the contents of the <Gogong-ga> series. In addition, it was confirmed that the literary and civilization historical significance of <Gogong-ga> series was quite heavy, given that there were few works that embodied the slave(Nobi) or slave farms in korean history.
Next, I looked at factional strife that the real world outside of the work indicated by slave farm. In the process, I looked at the fact that <Gogong-ga> series was not simply criticizing factional strife, but the only work that tried to eliminate it. And I looked at the historical significance of literary history and civilization of this works.