This study aims to select grammar items for Korean education using the scope of grammar. Among them, this study intends to focus on the honorific system. Chapter 2 describes the concept of the honorific system in Korean language and how it is systemized. The honorific system can be classified into the listener honorific method, speaker honorific method, and object honorific method depending on what is honored in the conversation. In addition, it can also be classified into the flexible method, derivative method, and vocabulary method depending on in what level the honor can be realized. I have examined how the ending, particle, affix, and vocabulary can be used to achieve the sub honorific purpose for each method. Chapter 3 describes how the speaker honorific method, object honorific method, and listener honorific method can achieve the flexible method, derivative method, and vocabulary method in what order. Here, most honorific expressions that are realized using the flexible method or derivative method are placed in the beginner`s level. However, since the “casual honorific (“하오” style) and the plain (“하게” style) are quite limited in their use, it would be better for them to be described in the intermediate level. In the case of where the realization is made by the vocabulary method, it was suggested that they shall be described depending on the level of vocabulary, and that between the vocabulary which realizes the honorific and non-honorific, the first vocabulary shall suggest the conflicting situation of two vocabularies, and that even when the vocabulary which is suggested later is to be described, it would be compared to with the previous vocabulary for relearning. If the speaker honorific method is realized, there is a difference in the honorific method between when the specific honorific vocabulary is realized using the specific honorific term, and the method in which the ending of the previous vocabulary (- (으)시-) is used. If it is realized through a complex method like this, it would be better to suggest it in comparative form in the intermediate stage.