This study aims to provide a basic data to the educational site of Japanese phonetics by analyzing the current status and anxiety factors of Japanese pronunciation for Korean who learns Japanese. In the Japanese class in Korea, it was analyzed in the order of ``comparison between myself and others``, ``evaluation of others``, and ``lacking in pronunciation learning skill`` while it was analyzed in the order of ``evaluation of others`` and ``lacking in pronunciation learning skill`` in the Japanese class in Japan. In the Japanese class in Japan, Korean learners were not anxious by comparing their own pronunciation with other surrounding foreigners`. In the Japanese class in Korea, however, their anxiety was increased by caring about/comparing with other surrounding people as ``comparison between myself and others`` was called the first factor. Learners were anxious about lacking in their pronunciation, no confidence in accuracy, and no idea of how to correct their pronunciation. They also had anxiety about comparison with others or possibility of getting negative evaluation from others. Regarding the anxiety about pronunciation depending on sex, women showed higher anxiety than men, and especially, women showed significantly higher anxiety originated from lacking in pronunciation learning skill, which is assumed as an expression of higher demand of female students aiming to learn pronunciation more accurately than male students. Also, regarding the study experience in Japan and period of learning Japanese, the anxiety about Japanese pronunciation of learners with study experience in Japan or long period of learning was low while there were no statistically significant differences. However, when interest in Japanese pronunciation was higher, their own pronunciation was more positively evaluated, and the amount of speaking Japanese was more, the anxiety about Japanese pronunciation was significantly low.