The ShimCh' ngga which H H ng-shik owns is a very important version to elucidate the history of that which has been called since mid-nineteen century. This paper tried to explain the character and value of H H ng-shik's script as considering the relation between the character of his expression and rhythm and other ShimCh' ngga
To sum up the results is as follows;
First, this script is different from a present ShimCh' ngga remarkably in a expression composition and is a very simple and unsophisticated. Second, there is a remarkable difference with the present ShimCh' ngga in rhythm composition, and also it is very unsophisticated in a musical side. Third, in some part the ShimCh' ngga of Kim S ng-ok, Shim Ch ng-sun and Pang Man-ch'un's family and the Songdong version have considerable consistences surprisingly.
Above characteristics prove that his script is the original form of Chunggoje, ShimCh' ngga as the Ko-je, one which called at some part in Ch'ungch' ng-do, and the p'ansori of those days is on the decline in the side of words transmission than artistic expression. And also we can guess that the characteristic of a singing method was similar with Chunggoje, ShimCh' ngga. Now as turning out this script is consistent with the Koje, ShimCh' ngga, it became be able to illuminate as it should that the history of early ShimCh' ngga which has remained in the presumed stage for many years on the basis of these facts.