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“The Child culture” is defined as a children's life style in which they interpret their life-situations, using their comprehension system and living out their lives based on those interpretations. Although the current Korean culture of “studying (or learning)” which is referred to as a social phenomenon restraining lively childhood of children, the ideal child culture surely exists. For this research, the total number of 1,049 articles and dissertations published around the year 2000 were analyzed from dual perspectives : value and life of both children and adults. The research literature was reviewed in respect to the following categories:1)the dimension of how children deal with home life including food, clothing, and shelter, 2)the domain within the boundary of elementary school to understand how they spend their important time, and 3)the domain out of elementary school to understand how they spend their leisure time.