Cho Jung Park Je-ga was a poet who led new poetical style in 18th century. He became famous as a poet not only in Joseon Dynasty but also Chinese because of Hangekgunyonjib. The works of Hangekgunyonjib contained 100 poems of Cho Jung and a preface and comments of Lee Jo-won and Ban Jung-guin. Which are important clues understanding the real states of early Cho Jung`s poems. So this paper will classify comments of Hangekgunyonjib into Jungse(delicateness), Singi(the new and strangement), Chungah(purity) and Gogo(solitude and nobleness) and then examine the real states and his inside consciousness. First of all peculiarities of early Cho Jung`s poems are persistent concern about natural features and poetization of it. Another peculiarity is using several antiquities for circular expressing of his mind. Works of Chungah contained Cho Jung`s wish that he want to live frankly in nature free from looseness of the mundane world. He used antiquities dealing with a ancient person Ah Jung to describe the state of pure mind, natural features and people. In works of Singi, unique style of poetry getting out of existing pattern through unfamiliarity of schema or strange arrangement of words and fulfillment of mind. To complete a poetical style of need Chungah and Singi, there need delicate sight about things and natural features and sensible handwriting that can transcribe them into language. Jungse is the start point. It is a valuation on works which observed things carefully with sharp sight or indicated Cho Jung`s mind naturally and heartfully. Gogo is a valuation on works which showed lonely self beginning from limitation of a status system and active and conscious endeavor to escape that limitation. Cho Jung produced lonely and noble style using Gulwon and his work Eso. Although he wasn`t recognized in reality, this was the point revealed his pride with fluency.