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]The purpose of this study is to look into a creative way & descriptive principle of <Sekyungbonpuli>, on the assumption that there is a view of the World peculiar to a shamanistic myth, and to inquire into its mythological phase. The results of study can be summarized as follows:First, when focusing on a plot as a means of venting one's anger, it's found that there is an enormous distance between Jachungbi and Sekyungsin. Since an ordinary woman can not become <Sekyungsin>, a device is needed by which a positional status of God is given. A thing playing a role as the device is the very symmetrical view of the World.Second, there is two stratums in <Sekyungbonpuli>: one is a figure stratum appearing through Jachungbi; the other is an ideological stratum that the plot of the literary work presents.Third, a phase of a dialogue between the two stratums has been created while a figure stratum is trying to approach an ideological stratum and the ideological stratum is drawing a figure stratum at the same time. When considering the fact that in the descriptive studies, the phase of a dialogue being created between the two components is called as a discourse, it seems that the phase of a dialogue between the two stratum has taken on a strong character of a discourseFourth, the persons class(including the author and readers) of <Sekyungbonpuli> would like to bring out the world in which one turns over 'what it is' with 'what it should be' and then 'what it should be' is truly realized. When remembering that other shamanistic myths have remained at the stay of 'what it is', it seems that <Sekyungbonpuli> has entered into the stage of 'what it should be' beyond 'what it is'.