Dong Wenhuan, a bureaucratic literati of the Qing Dynasty,wrote 8 poems about autumn recollections in 1861. In the serial versifying to the poems,there are 10 Chosun literati’s works.In this paper, it called "ChuHoeChangWhaShi(秋懷唱和詩)". The Chosun literati were Lee Wonmyeong, Lee Yongsuk, Park Yeongbo, Park Bongbin, Lym Chihak, Lee Sangjeok, Joe Hwirim, Kim Yunsik, Byoun Wongyu, Shim Yeonggyeong etc.
Dong Wenhuan’s first poem expressed the motif of lamentation for autumn. The uncertainty of nature in this poem carried over to the uncertainty of life. Chosun literati’s ChuHoeChangWhaShi expressed the responsive chord by chanting the same material or using the same words as Dong Wenhuan’s first poem. For classic example, Lym Chihak’s work sublimated resonance on autumnal lamentation by using allusion. Dong Wenhuan's second ChuHoeChangWhaShi tended to otherworldly mind. And this inclination also got resonance from the Chosun literati.For example, Lee Wonmyeong's poem was expressed the responsive chord by using the same words and chanting the same material as Dong Wenhuan's second poem.
In addition, there were different features in the Chosun literati's ChuHoeChangWhaShi from Dong Wenhuan's. This kind of the pomes can be divided into three categories. The first one is making friend poetry and missing friend poetry. The second poetry can be called ‘exert oneself pome’ which showed desire of academic exchange. The third one was chanted special feelings about autumn according to personal creation of Chosun literati.
Chosun literati’s ChuHoeChangWhaShi not only inherited autumnal lamentation of the traditional poetry, but also showed innovative features. They introduced new content into the ancient poetry creation in the new era. Chosun literati and Dong Wenhuan’s ChuHoeChangWhaShi not only played a historical role in ancient poetry creation of 19th century, but also showed us the communion between Korea and China during that period, which exerted a great influence on the history of the Korean-Chinese literature communication in the 19th century.