This study investigates the semantic characteristics of path expression through path verbs in fictive motion. In the previous research, the fictive motion was examined the definition, classification, and experimental studies on such recognition. This study examined the way of the path expression realized through the path verbs and its semantic characteristics. The results of this study are as follows. First of all, motion perception in fictive motion appears through specific paths and motion, and path perception precedes. In addition, there are an postposition or a path verb in the way of representing the path in Korean. This indicates that fictive motion perception is closely related to the PATH scheme. Next, in fictive motion, the path markers appear as adverbs with postposition ‘을(를)’, which indicates the whole event, as well as postposition such as ‘에서’ and ‘까지’. The types are divided into ‘linear’, ‘curved’ and ‘accompaniment’, and the schematic is presented. First, ‘linear’ is a motion perception through a point on the motion path, second, ‘curved’ is a motion perception through a curved motion path, and third, ‘accompaniment’ is a motion perception through a accompaniment object. Various path perception in fictive motion show the diversity of the range of paths that can be fictively recognized, and also the diversity and delicacy of human thinking.