This is a study on a collection of songs named Hun-hwa-ga. It mainly examined a status of the writer and a symbolic meaning of a flower named Chuk-chok-hwa. Il-yeon, a monk, collected poems and published them in a book titled Hun-hwa-ga. Therefore, this study connected the two subjects with buddhism. So far, the writer has been considered as a Taoist, a hermit a monk or Buddha. This study considered the writer as Buddha as it is believed that humans are not able to pick flowers on the cliff. And Il-yeon is not a hermit or Taoist as he is a Buddhist. So, Gyeon-woo-no-ong was thought as Buddha. The flower on the cliff is such a lolly world that anyone can not approach. The world is the land of happiness and peace without suffering which was pursued by Silla people.