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The Korean tea-house called ‘Da-bang’ played a role of everyday spaces where relaxation, learning, work, and conversation for modern people just as cafes act as everyday spaces for people nowadays. However, there are not many studies on historical meaning and spatial characteristics of Da-bang. Therefore, this study aims at analyzing the meaning of Da-bang around the 1960s when Da-bang became popular and the interior design industry developed. Seven films were selected with the Da-bang scenes. Through the narrative of scenes and the actions and relationships of the characters, the period meaning was identified and the design characteristics of Da-bang by scene were investigated. The spatial meaning according to the phases of the times in the 1960s films can be summarized in three ways. First, they were places where confused people gathered during the modernization period. Second, they were places where private conversations took place. Third, the images of young people wandering by modernization and enjoying the products of modernization appeared at the same time. Also, the spatial meaning according to the characteristics of interior design in the 1960s films can be presented in two ways. First, Interior design tended to appear as the mainstream of modernism, and at the time, various experiments have been made in interior design. Second, the structure of the closed walls appeared and the open structure of the interior expanded. As such, the appearance of Da-bang in the 1960s movie shows that the transitional public appearance at the time and the form of early interior design.