Gosangugok-sihwabyeong(고산구곡시화병) is the twelve-folded screens which created in 1803 and each screen is composed of 3 parties. This twelve-folded screens seems to be an intentional artifact of Andong-Kimmun(안동 김문) which has Kimjosun(김조순) for its central chair when the structure and format of it is examined. On the first screen, there is YulKok`s < Sanjungjeukgyeosi(산중즉경시) >, and < Gosangugokga(고산구곡가) > and other three poetries are displayed from the second to eleventh`s screens. This kind of disposition is based on the way which Songsiyeol(송시열) and other Noron(노론) group`s literary men had created from the late 17th century to the early 18th century. On the last twelfth screen, there is < Seokdamgugoksi(석담구곡시) > of Kimchangheup (김창흡). The arrangement of the twelve screens reflects the fact that the genealogy of the school of Gihohakpa(기호학파) had been followed by the order of `Leei(이이)→Songsiyeol(송시열)→Kimchangheup(김창흡)` and this arrangement was a kind of symbolic artifact to make the schools foundation clear.