This study is to research the three layers of intellectuals` exchange made in Beijing Liulichang, and to find out the inner consciousness and altruism of Chinese and Korean intellectuals, and to prove out the mechanism of their exchange, and more to see what conditions existed in this exchange, what points were important in communicating one another. First of all, it found out the characteristics of that place, Liulichang. Liulichang was the district to build the bridge between Chosun and Chinese intellectuals. Especially it was the very important point in exchanging Korean and Chinese intellectuals that the whole district of Liulichang was hangout for Korean intellectuals. And next, it looked into the aspects of various meetings at Liulichang, focusing "Kye-San-Ki-Cheong" of Hae Ueng, Lee, "Yeon-Haeng-Rok" of Chung Jung, Kim, "Kuen-Jeong-Dong-Pil-Dam" of Dae Yoeng, Hong. The main reason of cutting off the exchange was found out in "Kye-San-Ki-Cheong" of Hae Ueng, Lee. The prison of letters, so called "The prison of the letters(文字獄)", happened in China and its fear were important issues in cutting off the exchange. In this course, the exchange system of the East Asian cultural sphere using Chinese letters in the Middle age was revealed out. In "Yeon-Haeng-Rok" of Chung Jung, Kim, it revealed the general aspect of individual exchanges reported in "Yeon-Haeng-Rok". Chosun classical scholars as intellectuals could appreciate the world widely and take advantage of the companionship creatively. However, they could not see the great world of culture newly, having no sense of investigating it, mainly because of the sense of small senocentrism, so called ``Sinocentrism``. This study is to reveal the reality of creative exchange in "Kuen-Jeong-Dong-Pil-Dam" of Dae Yoeng, Hong. The meeting with Dae Yoeng, Hong and three Chinese scholars of Hang Joo opened a new horizon in the exchange history of Chosun and China in the late of Chosun Dinasty, and caused the big argues for and against in Chosun society. The sincerity of opening the hearts played an essential role in enlarging the effect of their meeting up to the point of opening a new horizon in the exchange history of the East Asia. The inner sincerity and the sense of acknowledging the others -altruism- are much more fundamental than any other external points for the true exchange.