This study researches Park Ji-won(朴趾源)‘s thoughts of the cult of Guan-di(關帝) in ≪Yeolha-ilki(熱河日記)≫, reveals how it was shown in the form of literature. The Chosun(朝鮮) Mission to the shrines of Guan-di in Qing(淸) recalled the loyalty to Ming(明) in that place. But partly, they considered them negatively because these shrines have Buddhist propensity. Compared with the other records of travel to Qing(燕行錄), ≪Yeolha-ilki≫ looked at the shrines from much more various angles. Park described them just as they are, by so doing, brought out the meaning of them, as the popular area. Furthermore Park take note of the signboard hung on the shrine, of the record in ＜Hwanyeon-Dosung-rok(還燕道中錄)＞, “the Confucius’ left side, the Buddha’s right side(左聖右佛)”, which was written by Kang-xi emperor(康熙帝), built up the discussion of the cult of Guan-di. The problems of “the Confucius’ left side” was discussed reasonably, with a heated and critical tone, while the image of “the Buddha’s right side” was revealed dimly by describing the scene of Seo-San(西山). Many records of travel to Qing pointed out the Buddhist propensity of the cult of guan-di, on the basis of that, they divided the shrines of Guan-yu(關王廟) in Chosun from the place of Guan-di in Qing. But Park did not stress such heretical sides of the cult of Guan-di. He thought that it was the folkways of Orang-kae(Babarians, 南蠻北狄) that regarded Guan-di as Confucius by worshiping the scholarship of him. In his ideas, it was the state of losing the basic value of China culture(中華). Park defined the core of “Orang-kae” by explaining the folkways of them which damaged the worth of Confucianism. It is not merely criticism of the cult of Guan-di in Qing, but also quiet criticism of that in Chosun on the basis of the loyalty to Ming and “Chonju-ron(尊周論)”. In the second half, by describing the landscape of Seo-san(西山), Park showed the image of Tibetan Buddhism. Provided that the essence in the folkways of Orang-kae was the state of losing the doctrines of Confucius, the most specific indicator that shows the folkways of them was Buddhist civilization. Instead of saying directly, Park assuaged escalation of tension in the first half, and left a lingering imagery of the cult of Guan-di, by depicting a scene of Seo-san. His ideas request that the intellectuals should reconsider the fervent cult of Guan-yu(關羽) in Chosun. Park was questioning that the politicians of Chosun have a proper demeanor, as they recalled the loyalty to Ming and tried to drive out Orang-kae in the shrines of Guan-yu.