It is genesis myths that can be first of all discussed in mythology. As such, they can be regarded as occupying an important position in mythological discussion. Thus, we believe that a deep and extensive consideration of genesis myths is necessary. That is to say, given the definition of genesis myths as a transcendent stories that account for the beginning (or origin) of the universe, the earth, mankind, life etc. (or myths that explain how the world we currently live in was generated), we should be able to their world-views by penetrating the dynamic relations their explanations show. While we can clarify the nature of other types of myths only in independent exploration, we should consider the fact that the level of the independent exploration of genesis myths is quite complex and comprehensive because they cover the origins of the universe, the earth, mankind, and other life forms than mankind. Considering this point, this paper tries to compare and analyze the world-views that the genesis myths are oriented toward with data from areas belonging to the East Asian region such as Jeju Island of Korea, Okinawa of Japan.