Exchanges between the literati of the Joseon Dynasty were carried out through the exchange of literary arts, particularly Chinese poetry. When drinking and playing with acquaintances or when departing, poetry was frequently used as a means of communion. Poetry clubs also acted to facilitate communion and one of the poems of Chinese poetry that was utilized was Successive Lines of Verse (聯句詩). Choi Seok-hang (崔錫恒, 1654-1724), from a famous Soron family, was a personage of great political weight to the extent that he is referred to as one of ‘the four ministers of Soron’. He was a bureaucratic literary personage who was active from when he passed the Imperial Examination at the age of 27, in 1680, until he passed away at the age of 71. While working in government, he interacted with several celebrities in the Soron faction, at the center of which were poetry clubs. Through the works that remain here and there in his collection, it is possible to infer that his exchanges centered on poetry clubs, one of the works created by poetry clubs being Successive Lines of Verse (聯句詩). This research does not merely end with an examination of the poetry clubs of Sonwa (損窩) and their relation to Successive Lines of Verse, and the aspects of Successive Lines of Verse. It also looks at at Sonwa (損窩)’s Successive Lines of Verse (聯句詩) from multiple angles, as a means of confirming the meaning of the Successive Couplet (聯 句詩).